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Wednesday, 1 June 2016

POLITICS: Bill On Loans For Undergraduates Passes Second Reading

In a move to provide education for poor Nigerians, a bill to provide loans for Nigerian undergraduates has passed second reading in Nigeria House of Representatives. The bill
was sponsored by Femi Gbajabiamila.
Femi also advocated for establishment of Nigerian Education Bank that would grant interest-free loans, According to him, education is a right and not a privilege for Nigerians”
BIG QUESTION
Guys, if the bill is passed into law, will the poor Nigerians access the loan as promised?
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FACEBOOK COMMENTS

Ohireimen Obadan

yes! depositing their certificates as collateral... institutions should give a lien that such certificates will be released to such financial institutions upon graduation...
 

Samuel Clarke

for undergraduate!!! which certificate r u den talking abt
 

Titus Shodiya

good move

Salami Muyideen Obafemi

He's the House leader and not minority leader, correct the mistake

Endy Edeson

noted salami. edited.

Prince Kenneth Osarenren

big question

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