May 27, 2022

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Cute Photo As Ex-Chibok Schoolgirls Who Escaped From Captivity Bag Masters Degrees In US University – Legit.ng

  • Two former Chibok students who escaped captivity, Joy Bishara and Lydia Pogu, will graduate from Southeastern University, USA on Friday, April 29
  • < strong>Both Bishara and Pogu will graduate from the University of Florida with master’s degrees in various fields
  • While Pogu intends to work in a non-profit company After studying Human Services, Bishara has an interest in becoming a social worker

Florida, USA – Fate continues to shine on two young Nigerian women, Joy Bishara and Lydia Pogu, who were among the more than 200 Chibok schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram in April 2014.

Both Bishara and Pogu will receive master’s degrees from Southeastern University in Florida on Friday, March 29. April, reports The Ledger.

The girls fled and eventually found refuge in the United States, where they were offered scholarships from the lea PM News added that after high school they graduated from Southeastern University.

The duo are expected to receive their bachelor’s degrees in fall 2021.

Pogu, who will be the speaker for student intake during Friday’s graduation, will receive a Masters in Human Services, Bishara will receive a Masters in Social Work.

Pogu’s dream is to for to work at a non-profit organization and study for the LSAT so she can eventually enroll in law school.

For her part, Bishara plans to work in a hospital after hiring as a social worker the conclusion.

Buhari’s government exposes 96 Boko Haram, ISWAP sponsors

Meanwhile, Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed On Thursday, February 3, Nigeria’s Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU) said it had 96 financiers of Boko Haram and the Islamic State of West Africa province (ISWAP) exposed.

Mohammed also revealed at a briefing on President Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-corruption fight that the NFIU has exposed 424 staff/supporters of the financiers, 123 companies and 33 offices Change related to riots.

Moreover, the minister announced that the agency had identified 26 suspected bandits/kidnappers and seven accomplices, adding that 45 of the suspects would soon be prosecuted.

He said in his briefing:

“The analysis of the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU) for the years 2020-2021 revealed his 96 terrorist financiers in Nigeria , 424 financier associates/supporters, involvement of approximately 123 companies and 33 bureaux de change, in addition to identifying 26 suspected bandits/kidnappers and seven co-conspirators.”