Bayelsa students not stranded in Ghana
Bayelsa State Government, yesterday, described as untrue, reports that its indigenes on scholarship in Ghana were denied access to their hostels and were stopped from writing their semester examinations. A statement by Mr Jeremiah Owoupele, Senior Special Assistant to Governor Seriake Dickson on Scholarships Welfare, said that the office had been in constant touch with the authorities of the affected institutions. The government said that contrary to a report that the students had been abandoned, representatives from the state were currently in Accra, Ghana, to sort out any issue that might be outstanding.
Published by GWS Online GH : 2016-12-20
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