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Foundation purchases JAMB forms for Ibadan students

John Okuwobi Foundation Trust Facilitates Educational Dreams: Donates JAMB Forms to 20 Students in Ibadan

In a groundbreaking move to support education and empower students, the John Okuwobi Foundation Trust (JOFT) recently launched its UTME Scholarship Examination initiative, securing 2024 Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) forms for 20 deserving students in Ibadan South West Local Government Area of Oyo State.

The visionary behind the foundation, John Okuwobi, who is also the founder of the Mustard Seed Unilab Centre, disclosed on Friday in Ibadan that this initiative was made possible with generous contributions from both local and international alumni of the tutorial center. He emphasized the importance of having a supportive community to achieve ambitious visions.

“If you have a vision, you must have people around you that will help you achieve that vision,” Okuwobi stated.

Addressing the students, he encouraged them to be diligent in their studies, emphasizing that education is not a scam, and success is achievable through hard work and prayer.


Mrs. Olufunke Ajayi, an educator and doctoral student at the University of Ibadan, delivered a keynote address stressing the significance of determination for excellence. She shared her own journey, highlighting the importance of perseverance in the face of failure.

“There is no crime in failure. If you study hard, you will see the results. Therefore, limit the use of your phones and social media so that you will pass your JAMB examinations well,” Ajayi advised.

Alumnus Emmanuel Ojo echoed that Mustard Seed Unilab Centre goes beyond being a tutorial center; it is a home for those striving for excellence in both academics and life. He appreciated the alumni for supporting the scholarship initiative, noting that education is a genuine path to success.

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Other alumni, including Emmanuel Ojo and Tobi Okeogbe, shared inspirational messages, emphasizing the significant impact Mustard Seed has had in shaping successful individuals over the past two decades.

The event featured recorded messages from alumni residing abroad, further underlining the global reach and impact of the Mustard Seed Unilab Centre. Beneficiaries of the UTME Scholarship Examination initiative, including Iyanuoluwa Robert, Deborah Olowolayemo, and Joseph Onokpe, expressed gratitude to the foundation and alumni for the support, pledging to utilize the opportunity to enhance their personal development.

As the foundation continues to champion educational initiatives, the alumni encouraged the students to be inspired by their success stories and strive for greatness, reinforcing the notion that education is a powerful tool for personal and societal advancement.

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