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DELSU Students Receive Mowoe’s Scholarship For Urhobo Language Studies



DELSU Students Receive Mowoe's Scholarship For Urhobo Language Studies

By Moses Darah

Three female students of the Department of Languages and Linguistics, Delta State University, Abraka on Wednesday, 6th September, 2023 in Okpara-Inland received cheques of N300,000 as beneficiaries of the third edition of the 2023 Olorogun James Amudia & Mrs Rhoda Mowoe Scholarship Funds.

The recipients, Ufuoma Okere (Udu), Oghenefejiro Godwin (a non Urhobo from Isoko) and Emily Akpomedaye (Orogun) were grateful to the Mowoe’s family and the Urhobo Historical Society for the scholarship and promised to be ambassadors of Urhobo in character and learning.

They also vowed to live up to the expectations of the donors and make effort to be active members of Urhobo Historical Society in future.

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The event was moderated by the former Dean, Faculty of Arts, DELSU, Abraka, and Director, UHS, Headquarters Okpara-Inland, Prof Sunny Awhefeada in Urhobo language.

He charged Urhobo people at home and diaspora to take seriously the studies, documentation and preservation of the Urhobo language, culture, literature, religion, craft, art, science, technology, commerce, industry, scholarship, music, occupation, scholarship, and medicine.


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