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Thursday, August 26, 2021

Jigawa State Sponsors 210 Students To Study Medicine Abroad

 


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  1. From Sudan, they'll go to Saudi Arabia and not return to Nigeria

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    1. I hope they don’t run away from Sudan

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  2. I haven't seen any woman there or is it my 👀?

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  3. Good one. But don't we have good schools here in Nigeria? Or is it cheaper to school in Sudan than in Nigeria? How many foreigners have sent their citizens to study in Nigeria though. Anyway congratulations to these ones I pray they don't "japa" after graduating.

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    1. Hope they are not breading another set of theorists because I don't understand the choice of Sudan here in Africa when we have universities in the north and other part of the country.

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    2. Hope they are not breading another set of terrorist because I don't understand the choice of Sudan here in Africa when we have universities in the north and other part of the country.

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    1. Yes, Sudan.
      They are being sent off to study terrorism.
      Take it to the bank and cash it.

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  5. We have very good medical schools here. Hmnnnn...it is well.

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  6. What of sponsoring them to study first in our Nigerian universities?
    Did they sign a clause to come and practice in Nigeria at least for a while?
    Because we can't loose revenue and man power too.

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    1. Haven’t you been loosing revenue and manpower since???

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  7. Foolishness at its peak. Instead of them to build facilities here. Equip them and pay the medical practitioners well to avoid problem of brain drain, they are sending them abroad to study. Who in his or right senseless will not come back to the nonsense happening back home? Congratulations to the beneficiaries jare. Japa mode loading.

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  8. Nice one, congrats to the beneficiaries

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  9. Congrats to them..
    But why Sudan?
    Hmmm

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