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PAP administrator Ndiomu secures concessions for its delegates studying at Base University

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Base University in Abuja has granted the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) sponsored delegates in the school some concessions after the intervention of the interim administrator of the programme, Barry Tariye Ndiomu.

The concessions on the payments of school fees for students sponsored by the PAP were made possible by what was described as the sincerity of purpose and forthrightness exhibited by the Interim Administrator.

It will be recalled that PAP delegates under scholarship at the university were denied the right to sit for their semester examinations in the course of the week due to default in school fees payment.

A statement from the media team of PAP led by Thomas Peretu stated that though the university reneged on its earlier agreement with PAP team of negotiators on the modalities of the fee payment, the management immediately swung into action, intervening in the matter without fail.

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The statement noted that the University did not put PAP on notice before the decision to restrain the students being sponsored by the amnesty programme from writing their examinations by the school authorities.

“Management in its desire to nip in the bud the hardship the students may be exposed to was able to extract a reasonable compromise from the university authorities.

“However, the PAP is making decisive efforts, amidst the paucity of funds to defray its indebtedness to the school.

“This hopefully has put paid to the puerile assumption in certain quarters that the management was negligent in its obligation to the students.

“Nothing can be far from the truth that management is very strategic in navigating through the myriads of challenges it confronts on daily basis,” PAP stated.

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