Hey there, middle schoolers! I’ve got some exciting news to share with you. Governor Hyacinth Alia of Benue State has just approved a fantastic new arrangement for medical students at the College of Health Sciences, Benue State University. Let me break it down for you.
During the 9th Professional Induction and Admission Ceremony for the 2023 Graduating Doctors, Governor Alia revealed that the state government is now committed to providing monthly allowances of N103,000 to all medical students at the institution until they graduate. Isn’t that amazing?
But that’s not all! Governor Alia also had a special message for medical professionals from Benue who had left the state in search of better opportunities. He encouraged them to come back, promising improved chances within Benue. He really wants to support the state-owned university and make his administration’s goals a reality.
Let’s give a big round of applause to the founding fathers and staff of the university’s Medical School. Despite facing many challenges, they’ve worked hard to build this institution from the ground up. Governor Alia praised their dedication and foresight.
And let’s not forget about the amazing medical graduates from this university. They have made remarkable contributions to the healthcare sector worldwide. We should be proud of
Guess what? The admission quota for the MBBS program is increasing from 75 to 150 students. That means more aspiring doctors will have the chance to study at this outstanding institution. Governor Alia believes in the high-quality doctors that this university produces, and he wants to give more students the opportunity to become part of the medical field.
So, if you’re a medical student in Benue, get ready for some extra financial support. This monthly allowance will help you focus on your studies and achieve your dreams of becoming a doctor. Keep up the hard work, and remember that your state is cheering you on!