Kano sponsored college students in non-public varsities with N1.8bn -Ganduje
Kano sponsored college students in non-public varsities with N1.8bn -Ganduje. The Kano State Government has spent N1.8bn to sponsor college students to non-public universities.
The program, which was began by the previous administration of governor Rabi’u Kwankwaso, concerned the American University of Nigeria, Yola, Crescent University, Al-Qalam University, Bells University of Technology, Otta, and Igbinediom University, Okada.
An announcement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Abba Anwar, on Wednesday, in Kano mentioned Governor Abdullahi Ganduje, spoke in the course of the presentation of certificates to twenty of the scholars on the Government House, Kano.
“They had been the set of scholars who had been taken to the college in the course of the administration of Kwankwaso, with the cost of their tuition and different charges at lower than 10 p.c.
“When we got here in by the yr 2015, we had been advised that each one the scholars sponsored by the then administration, all their funds had been settled 100%,” the assertion mentioned.
While congratulating the scholars for his or her excellent performances, the governor promised to help them to be on their very own.
Ganduje mentioned his administration inherited over 1,150 college students from the administration of Rabi’u Kwankwaso.
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