By: Frank Edima.
Sir Arthur Jarvis Archibong, the founder and Chancellor of Arthur Jarvis University has concluded plans to fund the 2021/2022 JAMB registration forms for eligible students in Akpabuyo and Bakassi local government areas.
The beneficiaries of this magnanimity are SS3 students across Akpabuyo and Bakassi who are eligible to write JAMB.
For two weeks, Sir Jarvis painstakingly toured the two local government areas in search for students who could, at least, qualify to write JAMB.
After the survey and quick research, names of qualified candidates were immediately received for full funding of the 2021/2022 JAMB examination forms.
According to the donor, Sir Jarvis, this benevolence is out of his desire to encourage students of these two local government areas towards being passionate about education and to further reduce financial burden on the parents.
He gave some analysis of financial status of the majority of families in these two local government areas and concluded that for students in these areas to succeed academically and otherwise, there must be some sort of support from well meaning philanthropists.
Stressing the peculiarity of these areas, Sir Jarvis emphasized that the solution to rising challenges is simply education as it exposes the mind for growth, development and productivity.
He further promised that those who will perform exceedingly well in the 2021/2022 JAMB examination would be absorbed into Arthur Jarvis University on full scholarship.