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Nigerians Raising N26m For Teacher Who Got Admitted Into Harvard

by John Asama
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Over the past 24 Hours, Twitter has been inundated with tweets of Nigerians calling for support for Aramide, a teacher and first class graduate of Covenant University.

The #GetAramideToHarvard movement was started by the young lady on the 27th of April when she revealed in a tweet that she had been offered admission into harvard but needed financial support to enable her pay the fees.

Given the deadline which is 22nd May, several other individuals have been moved to support her so she doesn’t miss her opportunity.

Several donations have since been made for the purpose and as at the time of filing this report her GoFundMe had raised $45,938 out of the $68,000 target.

She shared a tweet this morning, where she revealed that she had gotten $12,500 in Scholarships, $7,039 in Donations and $44,613 from the GoFundMe Campaign.

She however still called on well-meaning supporters to help her raise the over $3,000 remaining to balance the amount.

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See tweets about the campaign below;

https://twitter.com/theolaoflagos_/status/1263346691320745985?s=20

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