Osun, Canada Schools Offer Full Scholarship to Rescued Chibok Girls


Yinka Kolawole in Osogbo

The Management of Kunike International Schools, Osogbo, Osun state and the management of Delta Schools District in Vancouver, Canada has offered full scholarship for the Chibok Girls who were rescued by the Nigerian Army last week.
The management noted that it is extending a full scholarship (all tuition and boarding fees) to the first two Chibok girls – Amina Ali and Serah Luka respectively.

According to the Director Kunike Schools, Mr. Amos Adekunle, who broke the news yesterday in Osogbo, he stressed that the management is glad to have the two girls in the school, saying that Kunike is a secured and safe environment to rehabilitate them.
Adekunle commended both the federal government and the Army management for the positive steps taken so far, and expressed belief that others would soon be rescued too by the Nigerian Army.

He promised that the Canada School would also provide enabling environment for the rescued ladies any time they are ready to take up the offer given to them by the two institutions.

He also urged the federal government to help facilitate the girls’ quick resumption in school to assist in making them become useful members of the public and to their families.