The Secretary General of the Edo State branch of Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Barrister Lawani Andrew, has commended the owner of Eduabroad Educational Services Limited for providing an avenue for students to study abroad.
He made the commendation at an event organized in Benin City by the Eduabroad Educational Services Limited, on the need for parents to allow their children to study abroad through the institution. He advised parents to take advantage of the institution to send their children abroad to school.
Lawani asserted that the institution is authentic, reliable, dependable and more sure for students to gain admission in schools abroad. He said if they have genuine documents, they can study abroad through the institution which has offices in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja.
Contributing, Inumidun Ereku, a former Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development in Edo State during the era of Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, narrated how her children passed through the institution to study in abroad.
She told parents that the institution is genuine and that they should not be afraid to allow their children pass through the institution to study overseas. She described the owner of the school as a God-fearing man.
In his remarks, the Chairman of the Edo State chapter of National Youth Council, Comrade Osahon Obasuyi, enjoined the students to be a good ambassadors of the state in particular and Nigeria in general.
“I came here on behalf of over 2.7 million Edo State youths. The event is put together to showcase our young men and women to travel abroad to learn and to see it as an exercise of youths development and empowerment. So, any individuals that develop our youths, we will see how we can support them,” he said.
In an interview, the Director of Eduabroad Educational Services Limited, Gideon Edomwandagbon, said: “The event was a huge success. I never expected the number of people who came out to grace the event.
“I was amazed to see what happened today. My joy is to see those students be blessed. I am very happy that testimonies will come out from this event in the future.”