In a heartwarming turn of events, a 19-year-old girl named Kosisochukwu Abaji burst into tears of joy as she was awarded a scholarship after being released from prison.
Philanthropist, Harrison Gwamnishu took to social media to share the touching story and announce the good news.
According to the report, Kosisochukwu Abaji finished her West African Examination Council (WAEC) exams before going into custody.
Thankfully, some well-meaning Nigerians, under the auspices of Harrison Gwamnishu, did not leave her case to fate and decided to help in all ways possible to secure her earliest release.
With the odds being in her favour, she was able to get her freedom before the start of her early twenties. When she was released, she was asked if she wanted to further her education or learn a trade.
She said she wanted to return to school since her WAEC result was good enough to secure her admission to a tertiary institution. One of her benefactors promised to sponsor her undergraduate studies from the 100 Level to graduation. This will certainly aid her in getting back on her feet and reintegrating into society.
Harrison shares video of himself with girl with caption:
“19-year-old Kosisochukwu Abaji who we secured her release from Onitsha Prison has been offered a Scholarship to study at Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka from year 1 to final year.
Thank you @blord_official CEO @Blordgroup for your kind gesture.
Special thanks to God for this platform and Congratulations to my amazing followers for the continued support and love . God bless you all”
In another post, he wrote, “Today, I was in Awka, Anambra State with Kosisochukwu Abaji to meet with @blord_official CEO @blordgroup.
Scholarship for Kosisochukwu till final at the University us secured. @blord_official also bought her a brand-new phone and a cash gift. Thank you everyone for your continued support. Please help appreciate @blord_official”
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