- Over 200 students have departed Nigeria to study in Indian universities
- The students who are from Yobe are reputed to be some of the best in the state
- Also, they are expected to study some of the best courses in the world which include Petro-Engineering, renal dialysis, medicine
In what will gladden the heart of many Nigerians, a Nigerian governor has done changed the lives of many students by sending to abroad to study.
Specifically, the governor, Mai Mala Buni, was reported to have sent 233 students to Inian universities to study some of the best courses available in the world.
In a tweet shared by a social media user, Deji Adesogan, the students who are blieve to be some of the best in the state, were seen getting ready to depart the country.
"Yobe's 233 high-flying girls & boys sponsored by Gov Buni administration departs Abuja Airport for their foreign scholarship programmes in Petro-Engineering, operation theatre, renal dialysis, medicine, anesthesia, cardiac technology & pharm*cy in Indian Universities. Commendable."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that in what many Nigerians will commend, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has on Friday, January 29, made some arrests.
They arrested 10 young men who were said to be undergoing training on internet crimes in an ‘Academy’ in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
The alleged criminals who are said to be between 20 and 30 were reportedly arrested at their ‘Academy’ in Bwari axis of Abuja.
In another report, Legit.ng had also reported that the non-teaching staff under the aegis of Senior Staff Association Nigerian Universities (SSANU), Adekunle Ajasin Chapter, has commiserated with the entire university community over the accident which claimed the lives of many students of the institution.
In a statement made available to Legit.ng, Comrade Tayo Ogungbeni, the association's secretary who prayed for the families of those who lost their loved ones called for a permanent solution to the issues of accidents at the institution's gate.
Ogungbeni who also shared his personal experience said he was miraculously saved from being involved in another accident in front of the university gate.