The governor of Yobe State, Mai Mala Buni, has received briefing on the 233 Yobe state indigenes the state sponsored them to study in India.
The trio of Abubakar Kagu, Sheriff Almuhajir and Aliyu Chikaji, informed the governor that the students had since completed registration and commenced lectures in their respective universities.
The team informed him that the students were acclimatizing with the new environment and were all in good condition.
“We want to specially appreciate Your Excellency for your uncommon commitment to the development of education and giving youth in Yobe state a very promising future,” Mr Kagu, who heads the state scholarship agency, said.
He said the team had discovered more opportunities government may want to explore to add value to education in the state.
Meanwhile, the team said a comprehensive report is to be submitted to the governor in due course.
In his response, Mr Buni commended the team for executing the project successfully and by placing state interest above personal interests.
He assured that government would study the report when submitted and implement the recommendations in the interest of the state.