Tubah Mayor, Elite unite to help students access classroom

Since the outbreak of the Anglophone crisis which has taken a great toll on the economic activities of the population of the North West Region, the youth have become increasingly vulnerable

Those who have lost parents in the crisis, those who are internally displaced have had it difficult to pay fees, rent hostels and even feed

It is this reasoning that the Mayor of Tubah, Tanjong Martin together with Senator Mrs Regina Mundi and Hon. Agho Oliver decided to assist some 23 students go back to school

Selected after a careful background check, the 23 students were selected based on their vulnerability and must have been out of school since 2017, a communique from the Mayor of Tubah read

All 23 being University students, have gotten their fees paid. Of the 23, 3 are master's students, 16 are enrolling for the first time while six dropped out along the way

The Mayor of Tubah says he will keep encouraging other students whose education have been hampered by the Anglophone crisis because "Without Education we cannot talk about the development of this subdivision"

The council, Senator Regina Mundi and the Hon Agho Oliver spent 1.5 million to realise the project
The 23 selected students who are already in school expressed thanks to the Mayor and Elite for supporting them regain Education and promised not relent in their studies

The initiative the Mayor says will continue as University Education is not a one year affair


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