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Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State has approved N257 million for the payment of tuition and maintenance fees for 43 students of the state studying in Egypt.
Anwar said the students were sponsored by the state government to pursue various programmes of study at Al-Mansoura and OCTOBER 6 Universities in Egypt.
“Gov. Ganduje has approved the released of N209 million for the payment of outstanding tuition and maintenance fees of students at Al-Mansoura University.
“The governor also approved N48 million being outstanding tuition and maintenance fees in respect of the six sponsored students of OCTOBER 6 University, Egypt,” he said.
Anwar noted that the governor also pardoned the students in spite of their involvement in politics.
“The 37 students studying at Al Mansoura, wrote an apology letter to the governor, regretting that they were hoodwinked by some some elements to score political gains.”
According to him, the governor also employs modalities to fast track upward review of bursary allowances for internal students, to ameliorate their sufferings occasioned by the COVID -19 pandemic.
Anwar added that the State Scholarship Board had been directed to commence registration of prospectus students to facilitate payments before the reopening of schools.
Author: News Agency Of Nigeria Source: Pulse Nigeria
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