MY FINAL YEAR GRADUATION AT STAKE
Organized by: Ajuwon Blessing
Thank you for taking time to view my campaign, may the good Lord reward you as you contribute and help me overcome my predicament. I am Ajuwon Blessing Oluwatosin, a final year student of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY) in Abeokuta, Nigeria, studying Electrical Electronics Engineering. My plight is simply that I have been experiencing difficulty completing my tuition fee. My school allows for payments to be made twice by a ratio of 60% to 40%. In the first semester, while I missed several lectures in the course of hustling, I managed to pay the sum of $900(#176,400) as 60% out of the total tuition fee which is $1500(#294,000) for the session. The first semester was concluded in late May and in early July, we resumed the second semester. Now, the school set a deadline for 3rd of August that all students who fail to meet up with the 40%(a sum of $600[#117,600]) balance payment will serve the penalty of paying an additional $100(#19,600) on their 40% balance for which a new deadline is set. I have tried ways to gather the payment, but all proved abortive. I had opportunity to a job to market sales for 24 days which I took of course, but it's been over two months now and I haven't received the payment. Now being a final year student, it is compulsory that I partake in a project research which would qualify me for graduation. I got assigned to a supervisor who gave me a project topic that reads: "CONSTRUCTION OF STEP UP TRANSFORMER WITH MULTI OUTPUT" and the total estimation of this was $400(#78,400). Often times when I ponder over it all, I get faced with the thought that I might not be graduating with my colleagues; a thought which shreds my heart every time and affecting my self esteem. I decided to make my plight known to the world and with a high hope that I would find help and make it for graduation. May you never lack as you generously help with my career, thanks for your true kindness.