The philanthropist called Sergius


The Sergius Oseasochie Ogun Foundation has offered post graduate scholarship to one up of the maiden beneficiaries of the foundation’s annual undergraduate scholarship scheme Miss Sandra Imhendemhen.

Sandra Imhendemhen was among the thousands of final year students who wrote the 2013 SOOF FREE NECO/SSCE ENROLLMENT MOCK EXAM. She was one of the overall best six candidates in that year’s edition and was awarded an automatic university scholarship in line with the foundation’s tradition of rewarding academic excellence.

She sought and got admission into French Department, University of Benin in 2014. Through out the duration of the programme, the foundation fulfilled her promise to the letter by giving a scholarship grant of #100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Naira) yearly to the intelligent scholar.

Miss Sandra Imhendemhen who successfully completed her first degree in French last year came to the presentation ceremony of SOOF FREE NECO/SSCE Enrollment Scheme (8th edition) which held at Ubiaja yesterday to tender her appreciation for the good done her by the foundation. In his response, the president of the foundation, Barr. (Deacon) Sergius Oseasochie Ogun congratulated her on the successful completion of her course of study even as he announced the offer of a post graduate scholarship to the young scholar to enable her do her masters degree, if and when she secures admission.

For the young and intelligent Sandra Imhendemhen from Ewohimi, Esan South-East Local Government Area her encounter with SOOF no doubt has turned her life around for good, forever.

That is exactly what Sergius Oseasochie Ogun Foundation is all about… transforming lives…

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