Osun School Offers Rescued Chibok Girls Scholarship
The two kidnapped students of Government College Chibok rescued from Boko Haram captivity last week has been offered scholarship by Kunite International School, Osogbo, a private school in Osun State.
According to the Punch, the director of the school Amos Adekunle, made the announcement in a statement released to journalists on Saturday.
Adekunle said Amina Nkeki and Serah Luka should be encouraged to fulfil their dreams of getting quality education which was halted by the Boko Haram terrorists who abducted them from their school alongside 219 other girls on April 14, 2014.
“The management of Kunike International Schools, Osogbo in conjunction with the management of Delta Schools District, in Vancouver, Canada is extending full scholarships (all tuitions and boarding) to the first two Chibok girls – Amina Alli and Serah Luka that were recently rescued from captivity.”
After receiving Amina at the state house last week President Muhammadu Buhari promised to that she will continue he education that was stopped abruptly by her abduction over two years ago.
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