The Berom Educational and Cultural Organisation (BECO) through its “Each one reach one” scheme has granted financial assistance to a PhD student Mr Felix Choji of Nasarawa state university Keffi.
Presenting a cheque of behalf of the organisation, the President and Chairman of the scheme, Da Gyang Dudu Dalyop said the essence of the “Each one reach one” scheme is to alleviate the challenges of its members who could not tackle some of their pressing needs. Da Gyang Dudu Dalyop further reiterated the objective of the Organisation which is primarily towards the advancement of Berom sons and daughters academically and culturally. He solicited for the support of all and sundry to kindly make the scheme vibrant by making donations to account details below
BANK : FCMB
NAME : BECO
Responding after receiving the cheque, Rwas Felix Choji could be visibly seen with the expression of joy where he described the moment as that of excitement and ectasy. He said this assistance will go a long way in the preparation towards his final thesis as he wraps up his programme. Choji appreciates BECO and all the donors who have made the “Each one reach one” scheme a reality.
It will be recalled this same gesture was extended to another PhD student at the beginning of year 2022. This is in fulfilment of its cardinal objective of promoting education in the land.