Chris Imumolen to offer 1 million students and farmers scholarships and agricultural loans

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Before February 2023, a total of one million Nigerians are projected to be able to benefit from the agricultural loans and grants program as well as the scholarships that are being supported by Professor Christopher Imumolen.

Imumolen, the presidential candidate for the Accord Party (AP), noted that the honors were in keeping with his commitment to support his campaigns with actions rather than with mere rhetorics. He said that this promise was what motivated him to accept the accolades.

The candidate with the least amount of experience stated that he planned to demonstrate concrete examples of what he would do if elected president of Nigeria by launching a campaign that provided residents with solutions to the numerous issues they confront.

Imumolen has stated that he is dedicated to striking a clean break with the disgraceful past in which politicians made promises that they almost always broke once they entered the halls of power.

The donor stated that the same number of farmers would receive loans and grants to support their agricultural endeavors as the number of students who would receive scholarships to complete their degrees.

He revealed this information in a statement that was released over the weekend. “We have finished arrangements to offer a new set of students and farmers scholarships and loans to help both their academic and agricultural pursuits,” the statement read.

“The gesture is in line with our promise that we shall prosecute a result-oriented campaign where our people will feel our impact, as well as get a foretaste of what it would look like if I became Nigeria’s president come 2023,” Buhari said in a statement. “The year 2023 is fast approaching, and I want to give you an idea of what it would be like if I were to become Nigeria’s president.”

“Aside from that, we would be using these humanitarian gestures to tell Nigerians that we are a new breed of politicians who are pragmatic in our approach to solving their problems rather than merely making promises that are rarely kept. This would serve as a way for us to demonstrate to Nigerians that we are part of a new generation of politicians.

“This is not a novel endeavor on our part. Over the course of our history, reaching out to people and making a positive impact on their lives has always been ingrained in our company’s culture.

“During the past 15 years, in our private role, we have had a greater impact on the lives of more people than even those government institutions that have annual budgets that total in the billions of dollars.

Over the course of more than a decade and a half, more than 500,000 students have been provided with financial assistance to enable them to complete their educations at one of Nigeria’s many postsecondary institutions.

“And the intriguing part of the narrative is that we did not accomplish these things because we anticipated being rewarded for our efforts or because we anticipated taking part in any presidential elections,”

“The exact same thing we did for our fishermen, who were also granted loans and grants to conduct their agricultural enterprises, is what we’re going to be doing for our farmers.

“We have also empowered a great number of women and youths in the area of skill development and loans for small and medium scale firms (SME’s),” he stated. “SME” stands for “small and medium enterprise.”

This newest act of kindness by Professor Imumolen follows the recent ones he performed in Kabba (in the state of Kogi) and Sango Otta (in the state of Ogun), where a total of over 4,000 children benefited from his scholarship program.

In Kabba, every one of the 2,000 pupils received a regal sum of N2 million to put toward their scholastic endeavors all the way up until they graduated.

According to him, privileged recipients of the next activity will receive their scholarships and loans before the month of February, which is the month in which the election for president will take place.