The 37 secondary school from six states in the south west were; shortlisted, he added that the children are from homes where; the parents are; financially constrained.
Olaoluwa said on Wednesday when some of the beneficiaries and their; parents paid a visit to OONI Ogunwusi at his lle oodua palace in IIe oodua palace in IIe-ife, ogun state.
The coordinator added that 68 students had their west African Examination council [WASC] fees; paid in 23 of the schools already visited, while 14 others would be; visited soon.
According to him, the project is; entirely sponsored by ooni, as part of his landmark achievements in last two years on the throne.
The coordinator urged NGOS, philanthropists, politicians, politicians and meaningful Nigerians to emulate OONI in assisting the less privileged in the society.
Ooni while receiving that parents and students urged them to be; studious, humble and respectful. He advised the students never to lose hope but prayerful and focused for them to get their promised land.
The vice- principal, IIobu high school,yemi opawoye-adeagbo acknowledged the traditional ruler for assisting all and sundry including the less privileged students.
Mrs Paulina Nwachukwu,of saint palina missionary school Lagos, who spoke on behalf of the beneficiaries,applauded Ooni for his good gesture towards the less privileged .