47 Kano female doctors return after completing studies in Sudan
No less than 47 native of Kano female medical doctors have gotten back from Sudan after effectively finishing their training sponsored by the state government.
Abba Anwar, the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, declared this in an assertion on Saturday in Kano.
However ,the new medical graduates left for Sudan since 2014, yet experienced difficulties in charges payment before the administration of Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje cleared all the obstacles.
This made ready for the finish of their MBBS program in Al-Ahfad, Al-Razi and Umdurman Universities in Sudan.
As indicated by the assertion, the specialists showed up at the Malam Aminu Kano International Airport (MAKIA) Friday night.
They were joined by Muhuyi Rimingado, Executive Chairman of Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission.
Talking at a gathering for the scholars in Kano, Rimingado said the state government was resolved to uncover any supposed sharp practices related with unfamiliar scholarship programs in the past administration in the state.
“Gov. Ganduje has vows to purify the process of paying any outstanding fees left behind by the past administration so that taxpayers’ money will not leak again in the name of foreign scholarship.
“That is why the governor directed our office to come into the exercise.
“Parents should know that, out of more than $2 million meant for this exercise, Gov. Ganduje’s administration paid over half of the money.
“That is, over $1 million was paid,’’ he said.
According to the chairman, his agency would continue to investigate what transpired in the whole process.
In addition he said that anyone found culpable will face the music.
The Commissioner for Higher Education, Dr Mariya Bunkure, appreciated the administration’s effort in helping the doctors to finish their studies successfully.
“This administration is always ready for human development.
“Gov. Ganduje believes in developing our youth; he wants to make sure that women are equally educated, as part of the stakeholders for the overall development of our dear state,’’ Bunkure said.