In a significant move to foster educational excellence, the African Children Talent Discovery Foundation (ACTDF) has bestowed scholarships upon four exceptional Nigerian students.
Announcing this during an intimate dialogue at the ACTDF’s Abuja headquarters, the foundation’s visionary founder, Engr. Noah Dallaji, emphasized that this initiative is a testament to ACTDF’s unwavering commitment to nurturing and championing Nigerian youth towards unparalleled excellence.
Highlighting the salient features of these scholarships, Dallaji shared that they encompass comprehensive funding for both undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Delving into specifics, he revealed that three of the meritorious students will pursue their academic aspirations at premier institutions in the USA and UK. In contrast, one dedicated scholar has commenced her studies within Nigeria’s esteemed educational framework.
The recipients were finalized after an exhaustive and competitive vetting process, with the foundation’s board ensuring each student is aligned with their respective academic passions.
Gaining insights into the students’ academic trajectories:
- Olatokunbo Kila is slated to delve into Energy Systems Management at the University of San Francisco, USA.
- Afolabi Damilola Oluwaseyi will explore the nuances of Public Health at Leeds Beckett University, UK.
- Deborah Amara Okafor is set to amalgamate English and Philosophy at the University of Georgia, USA.
- Onah Ifunanya Rita is currently enriching her knowledge in Microbiology at Dorben Polytechnic, Bwari, Abuja.
With an eye on the future, Dallaji hinted at an upcoming batch of scholars, indicating that ACTDF’s scholarship endeavors are in ongoing expansion mode.
In his concluding remarks, Dallaji extended hearty congratulations, stating, “Your meritorious achievement is a testament to your academic prowess and the boundless potential your future holds. As you embark on this academic journey, remember to uphold the values of ACTDF and exemplify Nigerian pride on the global stage.”