Ejalonibu Foundation, a Non-government Organisation (NGO) based in Badagry, is set to give out 200 JAMB forms to less privileged youths in the area who might be confronted by financial constraints to obtain the forms to further their education in tertiary institutions in the country.
Wusu Babatunji-Ejalonibu, the founder, said the NGO was deeply rooted in its principle of assisting the less privileged in actualising their dreams, noted that youths are key elements in the development of the community.
“When you develop them, you are building a community. For the foundation, this is our contribution to humanity,” he said.
Popoola Grace Oluwapelumi, Coordinator of the Foundation’s free JAMB Committee, noted that the education-support system of free JAMB forms is to encourage youths who can’t afford to obtain the forms. (Independent)