Hinterland scholars

Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, performing the duties of President, last evening urged hinterland youths educated under the Hinterland Scholarship Programme to be the impetus of greater socio-economic growth for the country. He addressed the 52nd graduation exercise of the programme at the Amerindian Village, Sophia.

A batch of 67 youths graduated having completed their secondary education under the programme at various schools in the city. (GINA photo)
A batch of 67 youths graduated having completed their secondary education under the programme at various schools in the city. (GINA photo)

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