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Nigeria: Baobab launches girl-child development scheme

Baobab Nigeria has launched its Girl Child Education Scholarship Programme, advocating educational inclusivity by awarding scholarships to deserving female students.

The initiative allocated scholarships to 16 students from Morit International School in Apapa, Lagos State and extended support to four girls from Rock Foundation School in Abuja.

The Morit International School scholarship recipients were honored in a ceremony held at Baobab Nigeria’s headquarters in Lagos, with the bank’s executives and leaders from Morit International School presiding over the event.

The scholarship award for Rock Foundation School students was unveiled at the school premises in Abuja. Representatives from Baobab Nigeria and Rock Foundation School collaborated in the ceremony, celebrating the advancement of educational opportunities for the girl child.

Both ceremonies demonstrated Baobab’s commitment to transforming lives and fostering a more inclusive society through education.

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