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4 Chibok Girls Gain Varsity Admission

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No fewer than four Chibok girls, 196 other new intake students, have been Matriculated at the American University of Nigeria  (AUN),  for the class of  2020 fall in Adamawa State.

The President of the University, Dawn Dekle said,  that the four  new students  are from the  (New Foundation  Special Education Programme) of the institution.

It would be recalled, that President Muhammadu Buhari in November last year,  approved N164.7 million for the payment of second semester school fess of the  106 freed Chibok girls at the AUN.

Mallam Garba Shehu, President’s senior special assistant on Media and Publicity,  in a statement expressed satisfaction over the progress so far made in the rehabilitation of the freed Chibok schoolgirls.

“The President has approved payment of the sum of N164,763,759 million (one hundred and sixty four million, seven hundred and sixty-three naira) for the second semester school fees of the 106 Chibok girls at the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola.”

Dekle, pledged that the institution will provide  the students within a challenging learning opportunity that would expand their horizon for future.

“We take seriously our responsibility to educate this rising generation and look forward eagerly  to take the day when you take your place  as leader of Nigeria, of Africa and of the world”, she assured.

“To the parent, thank you for believing in the power of an AUN education. You can be confident that we are committed to the success of the bright young people you have entrusted to us.”

Mr Byron Bullock, the vice president for Student Life of the University, advice the new students and the those returning to shun all forms of anti social behaviors within and outside the campus.

Bullock however, assured that the institution will be liberal in handing all the students within the campus.

The  new intake is made-up 168 fresh graduates, 20 post graduate diplomas, 14 masters degrees and 16 doctorate degree students.



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