Nura Inuwa Fagam came out top WAEC candidate in Jigawa state, with an outstanding 8 distinctions (A’s) and 1B.
Fagam who graduated from the Jigawa State Academy for the Gifted in Bamaina, in 2018, had the best result in the history of the state.
Fagam, who is from Fagam town in Gwaram local government, said after his meeting with the governor of the state, Badaru Abubakar, in 2018, the promise of sending him to Indi to study, is yet to be fulfilled, four years after.
“Since that promise was made, I haven’t heard anything from the state government.”
Fagam applied and gained admission to study medicine and surgery at the Federal University Dutse since the governor was not forthcoming with the promise he made.
The young man, however, noted that his studies have been very challenging due to his poor family background, adding that he lacks the basic learning materials that would ease his studies.
Fagam pleaded: “Since the hope of studying abroad is dashed, I’m appealing to the state government to support my education, because I’m suffering, and my parents are poor.”
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