Lagos school building collapse: Tiwa Savage visits school children, commends hospital staff
Popular singer, Tiwa Savage has visited students who were victims of the collapse of a school building in the Ita Faaji area of Lagos Island.
The ‘Lova Lova’ hit maker via a tweet on Friday evening made known she had visited the Lagos Island General hospital, were some of the survivors of the unfortunate incident were receiving treatment.
Obviously the terrible incident threw the nation into mourning after news with 12 young school children having their lives cut short in the collapse hit the internet.
Savage in her tweet hailed the hospital staff for a job well done as she revealed the children she saw weren’t in critical conditions but they were getting better.
“The one in Lagos island, it was heartbreaking but have to give it to the staff there. They are really working hard and the children I saw were not in critical condition. All were getting better.”
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The OMAFRA – U of G Partnership funds the Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP) Program to support the development of highly skilled graduates who can meet the changing demands of the agri-food and rural sector. The health of these sectors depends on a vibrant talent pool of skilled, forward-thinking learners.
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- Application Deadline: March 19, 2018
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- Study Subject: Scholarships OMAFRA’s priorities are contained within the following seven theme areas: Agricultural Policy and Rural Development; Bioeconomy – Industrial Uses, Emergency Management, Environmental Sustainability, Food for Health, Product Development and Enhancement through Value Chain Collaborations and Production Systems (Plants and Animals).
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- Number of Scholarships: Not Known
- Scholarship can be taken in Canada
Eligibility for the Scholarship:
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- Entrance Requirements: To be eligible for the HQP Scholarship Program you must:
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Not have already started your graduate program;
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