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Dozens of rescued Chibok girls begin academic programmes at AUN

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About 50 Chibok women who had been kidnapped from the varsity hostel in 2014 and rescued in 2016 have been admitted for varied tutorial programmes on the American College of Nigeria, (AUN), Yola, Adamawa State.

The ladies have began a basis programme within the college on the Federal Authorities of Nigeria’s scholarship programme, which was promised to them after they had been first rescued.

In a press release by the Director of Communication, Mr. Can Okereke on Wednesday, which was obtained by DAILY POST, 57 of the ladies have commenced varied programmes having joined different matriculating college students to begin their first 12 months within the college.

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The college tasked the ladies and different college students to brace up for the American-style of schooling, saying that they had been meant to seek out options to many challenges of the worldwide society

“Whether or not it’s local weather change, challenges to our very well being, threats of violence, injustice, desertification, inequality, poverty, air pollution, tyranny, all our issues are man-made and so are the options,” Ensign acknowledged.

“The American College of Nigeria has simply held this 12 months’s annual Convocation and Pledge Ceremony, which included fifty-seven of the rescued “Chibok Ladies,” now younger girls and first-year college college students”.

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