Pondi Doles Out 165 Jamb Forms To Constituents Of Burutu Federal Constituency, Others

By Binebai Princewill 

In what has been described as a rare gesture, the member representing Burutu Federal Constituency, House of Representatives, Rt. Hon. Julius Pondi has once again surprised his constituents by splashing 165 Free Jamb Forms to desiring candidates in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State. 

This was made known to newsmen in Warri yesterday via a statement he personally  signed and issued, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide. 

Hon. Pondi had in the statement stated that while 150 Jamb Forms are strictly for desiring candidates in Burutu Local Government Area, 15 additional free Jamb Forms where also provided for non indigenes that resides in Ogulagha community, thereby amounting to a total of 165 Free Jamb Forms. 

However, the political icon is donating the Free Jamb Forms to interested candidates in Burutu Federal Constituency via his foundation, the Julius Pondi Foundation (JPF), a foundation that has overtime contributed positively towards the growth and development of the society.

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When asked what is propelling him to venture into such a rare kind gesture, the federal lawmaker maintained that what he is doing is part of his efforts in contributing to the educational development of his constituents, stressing that education remains the mother of development of all kinds. 

Meanwhile, it was further noted that all interested candidates for the Julius Pondi Foundation free Jamb Forms Scheme for 2021 must be registered at the Sologha Ekpemupolo CBT Centre, Ogulagha in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State. 

Nevertheless, Pondi had asserted that he will make logistic arrangements through The Julius Pondi Foundation for transportation in carrying students to the Sologha Ekpemupolo CBT Centre, Ogulagha  for registration to and fro. 

Interested candidates have been asked to contact Comr. Emmanuel Akpule Akpule, Secretary of the Julius Pondi Foundation for more information on the registration process. 

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