Candidate laud lawmaker over free distribution of GCE form

GCE Candidate praised Engr Gbolahan Yishawu, a lawmaker who represents Eti-Osa Constituency 02 in the Lagos State House of Assembly, for his ongoing free distribution of the forms.

On Monday, July 31, the distribution of the 11th edition of the GOY free GCE forms began. It is expected to end on August 31, 2023.

Speaking at the occasion of the distribution of free forms, the candidates bemoaned the high rate of forms this year compared to those of previous years.

Peace Zuniji, one of the beneficiaries, expressed hope for admission into a higher education facility with the free GCE forms, saying it was a benefit for those who couldn’t afford to pay the high cost at this point in the nation’s economic crisis.

He claims, “This will give me the chance to further my education because my dream is to become a lawyer.”. My future is now in my grasp as a result. I will retake the two courses—English Literature and Government—that will allow me to enroll in the university’s law program. I want to pass this GCE.

Despite the country’s economic woes, which are affecting the people, this is a great privilege. Having children and other responsibilities at the same time is difficult.

The high cost of the GCE form is a benefit for those who wish to pursue higher education in order to fulfill their aspirations. This will make it easier for them to study for their intended courses. He advised the lawmaker to keep doing what he is proficient at.

Another recipient, Miss Oyewole Saidat, said the lawmaker did well given the form’s price, which some people might not be able to afford.

I want to urge my friend who first informed me about the free GCE forms to continue. I would like to thank you. Imagine me scrambling to find money to purchase GCE forms in this downturn. She said, “I beg him not to back down.”.

who plans to major in political science, argued that those who couldn’t afford it would benefit greatly from the free GCE form and urged other lawmakers to support the gesture.

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