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Katsina student bags scholarship for exceptional art paintings


Katsina student bags scholarship for exceptional art paintings

Katsina Governor, Aminu Masari, has awarded a 15-year-old Senior Secondary student of Gobarau Academy, Amina Abdullahi, an automatic scholarship for her exceptional talent in art paintings.

The young girl bagged the scholarship during a public exhibition attended by Masari in Katsina on Saturday.

The governor pledged that the state would be responsible for the young talent’s tertiary education in addition to payment of her WAEC, NECO, and JAMB fees.

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Masari noted that such talents needed to be encouraged to achieve her dream and contribute her quota to the development of society.

”Talents like this promote creativity and self-reliance, she needs to be encouraged to achieve her full potential,” he added.

Masari hailed the organizers for their efforts in discovering future talents that would develop the state and the country at large

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In his remark, the chairman of Katsina Talent Hunt, Architect Faisal Jafar, thanked the governor for his support for future generations.

He noted that his team was working hard to ensure that youth with exceptional talent in Katsina State were supported to achieve their dreams.