A fresh batch of 13 students from Chibok, who have completed an intensive programme under the New Foundation School were among those who took the traditional community oath of the American University of Nigeria.
They joined other new students from all the 36 states of Nigeria, Rwanda, Niger Republic and Cameroon, to participate in the spring 2022 semester convocation and pledge ceremony along with parents, friends and relatives.
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In a statement yesterday, the institution’s Executive Director of Communication, Daniel Okereke, said the Chibok students enrolled in the programme on the scholarship of the Federal Government.
“Under the Federal Ministry of Women Affairs guardianship, AUN has mentored them into vibrant, curious, and ambitious young women ready for university life and careers after graduation,” he said.