Posted On: Oct 15, 2020
Q1. Hello Ben, Can I meet you? My name is Benjamin Odiase Osakpamwan, I am from Edo State. I am an undergraduate student at Benson Idahosa University. Q2. When did you start playing tennis? I started playing tennis at the age of 11-12. Q3.Why are you passionate about Tennis? I'm actually passionate about it because I want to be among the players that will take Nigeria tennis to this next level in this era. Q4. Tell me more about the Gold and Silver Medal you were awarded. In December I went for the Nigeria private university games, hosted by Nile university of Nigeria in Abuja. The tournament started on the 11th of December and ended on the 20th. I am very excited I had a gold and silver medal. Thanks to Bedrock Foundation for her support towards my career. Q5. What motivates you? I'm been motivated by the way I watch the International athletes, the ATP, I want to play like them and get to that level too.
Posted On: Sep 24, 2020
My name is Vivian Ikwuagwu. I hail from Delta State. I wish to express my profound gratitude first to God Almighty who saw me through my study years in University of Lagos. My sincere appreciation goes to my sponsor, Bedrock Human Development Foundation especially to the Chairman, Engr Osa Owieadolor, for his mentorship and fatherly support .And all the BHDF Team, I say a very big thank you and God bless. Bedrock rocks indeed!!!
Posted On: Sep 24, 2020
My name is Afure Joan EJOMAH, I hail from Delta state. Following my secondary education at Federal Government College Warri, I proceeded to the University of Benin to study Animal and Environmental Biology where I obtained a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in 2018 While pursuing my undergraduate studies at the University, I was selected by Professor Martin Hill to attend the Weeds Biocontrol short course which held at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa from 4th to 8th December, 2017. Upon completion of the course work and thesis component of the course, I obtained an 85% grade earning me a distinction (Cum laude). I am a member of the International Organization for the Biological Control (IOBC) and I have published papers in peer-review international journals such as the International Journal of Zoological Research https://scialert.net/fulltext/?doi=ijzr.2 018.37.42 and the Arthropod-Plant Interactions https;//link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11829-017-9504-x and presented a scientific publication at the 7th Nigerian Young Academy Conference and General Assembly held from 7th – 9th August, 2017 at Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun. I hope to become a renowned scientist in the fields of Entomo-toxicology and Ecology. My passion is to build a career in academics and contribute to societal development, scientific development and science communication in Nigeria. I am a team player and have good analytical and problem solving skills. The three best values that define me are charity, patience and dedication. I would like to tender my heartfelt appreciation to Engr. Osa Owieadolor and the management of Bedrock Human Development Foundation for their benevolence towards making my university education and those of other Bedrock scholars possible through the award of a scholarship. Big dreams start young! Let’s keep those dreams alive today through Education.
Posted On: May 17, 2020
My name is Beauty Ivie Igbinomwhanhia. I joined the Bedrock scholarship scheme in the year November 2015 and that was the year I gained admission into the university and ever since it has been a wonderful experience. Bedrock has been a very supportive foundation to me achieving my educational goal from the very first start now to the point of my graduation. I want to say a very big Thank You to Bedrock Foundation and also to the founder Engr. Osariemen Owieadolor for his endless contribution through the foundation in helping me throughout my year of schooling. I gained admission into Delta state university (Agbor campus) 2015 where I studied Business Education- Accounting option. It was not easy though not just academically but also in finance. Feeding most times was very difficult but with everything I was able to scale through. Bedrock Foundation was of great help to me throughout my four years in the university. I was able to pay my school fees and buy my test books and also I was able to pay my dues through the help of Bedrock Foundation.
Posted On: May 17, 2020
My name is Osedumme Rita Chikanso. I graduated from college of education Agbor, in affiliation with Delta State university Abraka where I studied English Education. Veritably, knowledge is like a river that never runs dry (Rita Quotes). As such, education has become an indispensable phenomenon especially in this 21st century. Although in as much as the process is tedious, but definitely the end result is worth breaking a leg for. My experience throughout the learning process was indeed an ambivalent one and I must confess that it was the survival of the fittest. It was not easy for a student to manage both times for studies, leisure and religious activities concurrently. Whether physically fit or not. I must manage to attend lectures and study simultaneously which was my focal point to attain my crown, because there is no such thing as 'the road to success is always easy'. Despite the challenges I stood firm to climb to the zenith. Succinctly, I must admit that it was not an easy race, but Almighty God enveloped me with his extravagant grace, love, protection and divine favors which I got from family and friends throughout the academic struggle. Above all, I will earnestly love to shower maximum doxologies and my profound gratitude to BEDROCK FOUNDATION for their financial support towards my education, you are the best, and also my gratitude goes to the chairman of this great foundation, Engr. Simeon Owieadolor, I say thank you sir. My prayers for you all is that God will continually increase benevolent organisation from strength to strength. Amen