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Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Gov Wike Offers Young Musician Nengi Jaja 40million Scholarship

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has offered a lifetime scholarship to a talented 12-Year old musician, Master Nengi Jaja. 

The scholarship worth N40million will cover the education of Master Jaja from Secondary School up to University Level.

Governor Wike announced the Scholarship on Sunday at the State Ecumenical Centre in Port Harcourt during the Thanksgiving Service in honour of Prince Uche Secondus where the young musician performed soul lifting songs.

The governor directed the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Province 5 to open an account for the musician in laision with his family for the purpose of his training.

He urged the church to closely monitor and guard the young musician to ensure that he fulfils his destiny.

*The first pic gives me goosebumps


  1. ...but he can't afford to give those stuck abroad while studying money to complet their studies...

    1. Are you a foreigner?

      How can you 'get back' what was never given? Is it not what you see in your hand that you can call your own.
      If the boy see 1 million, let him do thanksgiving.
      Wait, is this not the guy who gave 500k t somebody for lunch? Please me I have talent too.

    2. All I can think is the 4million compulsory tithe the church will take.

    3. anuofia @ compulsory tithe..who makes the compulsory tithe rules?

    4. Political abracadabra!

    5. No forex to spend. Come and study in UST. Q.E.D

  2. Awwwww!!!!

    Congratulations to the little boy

    Good news

    God bless him for this kind gesture

  3. This last picture is everything....that should be the Mum. God, please always come through for us. And make way, when we think there is no way .

  4. Awww! I'm touch by the pic of his mum kneeling down in appreciation to God.

    God bless the Governor.

  5. Good of the governor. Congratulobia to the young man.

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  6. Foolishness at its peak. Many Rivers State indigenes are stranded in the UK because he refused to pay their scholarships for their studies over there. The 40 million given to this boy will cover the scholarship of more than 7 of the students in the UK and make them graduate successfully. He is given 40 million to a boy not for doing something extraordinary. This amount is huge. I just think they will go behind to get 25 million back from the boy’s family and use it for themselves. Crooks and foolish people. Anyway, congrats small boy.

    1. He say make una come study for RSUST. say no money for abroad education.

  7. Yasssssssssss!! That's our 2nd runner up GCGT7(God's Children Great Talent) Nengi Jaja.

    If the boy sing for you ehn, especially 'Great Nation' by Timi Dakolo

    God bless you Nengi. I'm so happy for you. This is the begining of great things to come.

  8. Loll, which school is he going to in Nigeria that will cost 40 million?
    2 million for his education (if he is lucky o)38m f you know who.

  9. Oga u never pay pensioners oooooo

  10. Please Sir, the Rivers State Scholarship Board Students are just about 15 students. You can pay them this second if you want and it will be recorded that you have taken care of the whole students in your scholarship board, before you talk of the one with so many students.

  11. Interesting. Did I read 40 million. Me wan attend that kind school O


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