Six Nigerian Students Graduate From British Universities With First Class


Six Nigerian students out of 144 who were sponsored by the Presidential Amnesty Programme to study in British Universities have graduated with first class honours.


23 others according to Vanguard graduated with second class upper division.

Praising the students for their academic achievement, the acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo represented by Deputy Chief of Staff to the President, Mr. Ade Ipaye said the performance of the students indicate that there is a brighter future for the Niger Delta region.

At the reception organized by Presidential Amnesty Program and the Nigerian High Commission at the Nigerian House in London, Osinbajo urged the graduands to see themselves as Nigerian ambassadors and work harder to make the country proud.

The acting President also commended the graduands for their perseverance and endurance during their stays at their respective Universities.

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