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BoN awards bursaries to eleven students

Thu, 29 January 2015 21:30
by Rosalia David
Education

The Bank of Namibia awarded 11 bursaries to outstanding performers from 2014 grade 12, today.

BoN Human Resource Officer, Lea Namoloh, said “We expect hardwork, commitment and excellent results as you did in grade twelve, you where selected base on the results therefore one should use the opportunity given” Namoloh said while speaking at the awards that were held at BoN offices. The Deputy Governor Ebson Uanguta encouraged all Students to concentrate and work hard to pursue their dreams because not everyone gets that opportunity.

“This bursaries are just not an award of anybody but for descending students who demonstrated hard work and because of the good results, This bursaries covers hundred percent meaning you don’t have to pay for anything so there is nothing keeping you from studying” Uanguta said.

Most of the students awarded bursaries will be majoring in education. The BoN whose aim is to equip learners with education resources, has invested in Namibian students to prepare them for the working industries.