Gov Seyi Makinde approves bursary for Oyo State indigenes of the Nigerian Law School

Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State has approved the sum of N500,000 to be paid as bursary to the indigenes of the state at the Nigerian Law School.

This was after representatives from the Nigerian Law School paid him a visit.

“Representatives of Oyo State indigenes at the Nigerian Law School visited me today. I approved the sum of N500,000 to be paid as bursary to each Oyo State indigene at the Law School”, Seyi Makinde said.

“Our administration will continue to prioritise education as the foundation upon which sustainable development will be built”, he added.

His gesture was commended by Twitter users who appreciated his effort in the educational sector.

One tweeted:

“Salute to this stupendous intellect that prioritise education. He has so far shown his huge commitment to make education better and promote learners to make a sound and vibrant scholars”.

Another one tweeted:

“This is the real Awoist, he is not those fake ones claiming to be following the footsteps of Awo. Engineer Seyi Makinde is working the talk”.

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What Barcelona told Tottenham concerning signing Coutinho

Sky Sports expert, Kaveh Solhekol has revealed that Barcelona has told Tottenham that obtaining Philippe Coutinho on a loan deal with include an option to sign him next season.

Report emanating last night revealed that Tottenham manager Maurico Pochettino called Coutinho to convince him to join the English Premier League side. Both men worked together at Espanyol.

However, Barcelona are willing to recoup some of the £142million they paid to Liverpool for his services.

“Tottenham are now favourites to sign Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona,” Solhekol told Sky Sports Transfer Talk.

”Of course he has been told that he can leave the Nou Camp this summer.

“What is interesting is that he has played for Mauricio Pochettino before...

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