2 indigent SLUK students get ASUU scholarship 


The Academic Staff Union of Universities, Sule Lamido University Kafinhausa (SLUK) chapter, has offered scholarships to two indigent students of the institution.

The university’s Public Relations Officer (PRO), Mr Sadiq Lawan, disclosed this in a statement on Monday in Dutse.

Lawan said that under the leadership of Dr Mustapha Hussaini, ASUU, SLUK chapter, was committed to making a difference.

He said that the gesture was a holistic approach to education, and in acknowledgement of the multifaceted challenges being faced by students.

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The PRO said that the scholarship was a proactive step towards creating a just and equitable educational landscape where economic difficulties would not hinder access to opportunities and intellectual growth.

He said that out of the 13 students that applied for the scholarship, Usman Abdulhamid from Science Education Department and Amir Mustapha from Accounting Department were each considered suitable for the award of N200,000.

Lawan said that the screening committee also deemed it fit to give the remaining 11 students who applied for the scholarship an assistance of N20,000 each.

He said that the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof Muhammad Ibrahim-Yakasai, was committed to the academic growth of the students.

The PRO listed the students that benefitted from the N20,000 assistance to include, Mubarak Salisu; Abdullahi Idris, Muhammad Ibrahim, Aminu Muhammad and Idris Musa.

Others were, Nura Muhammad, Hassan Abubakar, Maryam Muhammad, Hassan Musa and Zainab Adamu. (NAN) 

By Muhammad Nasir Bashir

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