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Kpakol gives reasons for continues bursary payment

Posted by By Alloy Khenom on 2005/07/26 | Views: 239 |

Kpakol gives reasons for continues bursary payment

Bursary payment for Gokana indigenes in tertiary institutions across Nigeria has received desired attention from the present administration in the area.

Bursary payment for Gokana indigenes in tertiary institutions across Nigeria has received desired attention from the present administration in the area.

This will, however, continue uninterrupted as long as the recipients appreciate the purpose for which such a valuable incentive is provided.

These assertions were made by the executive chairman of the council, Chief (Hon.) Fred Barivure Kpakol in a chat with journalists in his office at Kpor, headquarters of the Local Government Area.

He said that, as the first in the area to actually support and development human resources, especially youth education, through material and financial commitment, his regime shall dissociate itself from acts that portray negative consequences by any individual or group.

Chief Kpakol re-emphasized that, bursary as a prerogative offer than a right needs to be judiciously applied by beneficiaries in order to retain the confidence of the council as the benefactor.

The House of Representatives "Best Council Chairman Award" winner further explained what would endear a student to his heart.

"As leaders of tomorrow, a student is expected to possess good moral and academic qualities to reflect our future ambition and justify the huge investment on them by both the govt and parents, rather than teeming up with friends and groups with nefarious and retrogressive tendencies", he said.

The council boss did not conceal his likeness for good morals and tudiousness among youths, as he was quick to disclose that more incentives were being planned by the council for its upright indigenes, while those with porous attitudes stand to defend their action in addition to losing whatever benefits he or she earlier derived form the council.

Chief Kpakol traced the source of his stance to actions by the Rivers State Governor, Sir (Dr.) Peter Odili who, he pointed out, had steadily urged members of the public to turn a good leaf and demonstrated such appeals through physical evidence.

The awards winning chairman told the apparently probing newsmen that his administration has successfully put in place programmes and infrastructures that touch on the lives of the rural dwellers which justified the applauses and awards bestowed on him by both the state government, the Federal House and other relevant bodies in the country.

He stressed that his administration had always remained friendly to the press and would continue to keep its open door policy to the public, even as he urged media practitioners to lay emphasis on issues that would promote unity, friendliness and national growth, than those that encourage evil and scare investors.

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