Two Abia students get £80,000 scholarship from U.K’s Brooke House College

 
Fri Mar 20th, 2020 - Abia
 

Chukwudi Onwudinanti of Sustainable Development U.K (left), Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, Director of Partnership, Brooke House College, Rachel Caine, and Johnny Ogbah of Activity Chambers when the officials called on the Abia State governor…recently.


Prestigious United Kingdom private boarding school, Brooke House College, has entered a partnership with the Abia State government that will see the Leicester based secondary school give full scholarships to two Abia State students within the age range of 15 and17 years old to study in the UK.

Revealing this, the school’s international football consultant and Head of Sports Law (Africa) of Activity Chambers, Johnny Precious Ogbah, who facilitated the partnership, said the scholarship is for students, who have exceptional football talent and are also sound academically.

Ogbah said: “Brooke House College has a long history with Nigeria. Many don’t know this, but they are the school that used to give scholarships to Nigerian players through the Pepsi Football Academy years back and through this they have positively affected the lives of many Nigerian kids.

 
 

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source: Guardian