Kwankwaso goes to Egypt, pays for 37 Students about to be repatriated by Kano State Government (PHOTOS)

by on July 27, 2017

Former Governor of Kano State,  Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso is on an emergency rescue mission to AlMonsoura University in Egypt.

Kwankwaso is in Egypt to intervene in the plight of 37 Nursing Education students who risk repatriation by the Kano State government under the pretense of paucity of funds and poor performance of the students.

The students who are in their third academic year of studies where sponsored under the Kano state scholarship scheme by the then administration of Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso.

Contrary to the report of poor academic performance, the university consultant in a letter addressed to kano State deputy governor (dated 15th-07-2017) describe that 30 out 37 student performance have improved and they should be allowed to continue their studies pointing out the school minimum requirement is 2.0 CGPA. Attached are the copiea of the letter and students results.

The current administration led by Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, have insisted in repatriating the student sponsored to study abroad due to lack available funds to further sustain the scholarship scheme.

This may not be unconnected with the present political dispute between Gov. Ganduje and his predecessor “Kwankwaso”

Kwankwaso might be paying the remaining school fees and housing allowances of the scholarship student with his own personal money.


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