Friday, August 22, 2014

At Last!...Fed. Govt. Pays Allowances Of Scholarship Students In Russia

Recall a post I punished about how-nigerian-students-on-federal-govt?. Finally the Fed. Govt. has responded by paying up eight months allowances it owed the over 322 Nigerian students on the Bilateral Educational Agreement scholarship in Russia.
 Following the report, gathered by Punchng on Thursday that the students had since started getting credit alerts on their respective bank accounts.

One of the affected students, Moyosore Ojuri, who is in her second year studying Metallurgical Engineering at the Volgograd State Technical University, Russia, said she received an alert of $4,450 deposited in her account. The payment was meant for her stipends from January to August; $200 for annual medicals and health insurance, and $250 covering her annual protective clothing.
One of the student leaders, Akinola Akindamola, a post-graduate student of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Volgograd State Technical University, Russia, stated that he and other student leaders were going round to ensure that all of them, especially the new students, had received their allowances.

We hope the Fed. Govt will continue to keep up with the payment without being broadcast again. 

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