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Sudan varsity confers honourary doctorate degree on Gaidam


Gaidam receiving honourary degree

Governor Ibrahim Gaidam of Yobe State has been conferred with an honourary doctorate degree in law by Ahfad University for Women in Omdurman, Sudan in recognition of the governor’s effort in promoting education, women’s education in particular and for “using lean resources to make big impact in the lives of the people of Yobe State”.

All this was contained in a statement by Gaidam’s spokesman, Abdullahi Bego, who said the university also noted the governor’s commitment to improving public infrastructure in the state, especially the construction of a new teaching hospital and a new college of medical sciences in Yobe State University.

Ahfad Women’s University, amongst other key interventions of the governor, also lauded his free medication policy for pregnant women and children from zero to five years.

Gaidam has also sponsored over 1400 Yobe students for various degree and postgraduate degree courses in different countries, including Sudan.

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