The Federal Government has made preparations and set up measures, immediately following the news, to the fact that Nigerian students in the UK are being forced, to feast on expired food. It's not a new thing, that Nigerians in diaspora are being made to pass through pain and despise. For the reason being that they come from this part of the world. But should it then be metted out on students, who are trying to get a better life for themselves, and to provide hope for a better our nation.
Sadiq Cyrus a social media user , made it known in a tweet that some Nigerian students who are on scholarship by the NDDC, have been left with no other option than to eat expired food. This tweet drew the attention of Dabiri Erewa, the chairman of the Nigerians in diaspora commision NIDCOM.After which the chairman, made it known that the issue has been taken note of and that message has been passed on to the minister of the Niger Delta, in the person of Godswill Akpabio.as she concluded by saying that it would be followed up.what's your take on this. Please like and comment.
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