Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Kano Government uses N2bn to settle outstanding fees of its students in Sudan University

Kano State Government has settled over N2 billion outstanding fees of its students in El-Razi University in Sudan.

The debt was incurred by the administration of ex-governor Rabiu Kwankwaso.

Governor Abdullahi Ganduje made the disclosure when he received the Chairman Board of Trustees of the University, Prof. Ibrahim Ghandour on Tuesday in Kano.

“My government inherited students from the previous administration with a lot of money to be paid.


“And through good mediation between the University and Kano State, we were able to settle this amount so that our students will complete their studies,” he stated.

Ganduje who was represented by his deputy, Dr. Nasiru Gawuna disclosed that his administration had paid almost 80% of all the fees of its students in India, Egypt and Cyprus, which were also inherited from the previous administration.

5 comments:

  1. Arrant nonsense.....Sudan be foreign country worth such waste of money. Would have been better in Nigerian schools that money will help our economy. Misplaced priorities.....how can public funds be used for such.....I tire for Nigeria

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  2. N2bn that can be used to transform kano state university? Some people are sick

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