Founder of Jombo gives Scholarship to not less than 52 indigent students: including 35 final year, newly admitted and SSS
The foundation, Kelvin Jombo Foundation has given out scholarships to no fewer than 52 indigent students of Abiriba community in Abia State.
The Foundation also granted one year scholarship 35 final year students, tuition fees of the newly admitted higher institution students and to procure WAEC and NECO forms for Senior Secondary School (SS3) students.
Speaking during a crossover night worship at his country home in Abiriba in Abia State, the Founder of the Foundation, Chief Kelvin Jombo Onumah, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Sublime Industries Limited, disclosed that the scholarship to all final year students, newly admitted students and Senior Secondary School students was borne out of his quest to ease stress and encourage education in the community and the state at large.
According to him, “The Kelvin Jombo Foundation was born from a deep commitment and passion to give back to society, nurture, and train individuals with untapped potential to help them realize their aspirations.
“The foundation which was established in 2010 places strong emphasis on human capacity development, education, reorientation, crime reduction through job creation and empowerment.”
He stated that the Foundation has lived up to expectation in the past one decade.
Onumah added that the foundation is highly passionate about the progress of the future leaders, “that’s part of the reasons the founder of the foundation is committed to bridging the gap to educational and give access for the less advanced persons to have the opportunities of acquiring knowledge to at least university level.
“The foundation has executed several projects in Abiriba, the state and beyond; ranging from health, education, infrastructure and among others.”