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Amnesty programme: Law students urge Dokubo to pay fees, allowances

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By Isaac Olamikan, Senior Correspondent, Benin

 

Seems that there is no end to the crisis rocking the office of the Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Professor Charles Quaker Dokubo.

 

The latest crisis is traced to the alleged diversion of the huge sums of money that is meant for the sponsorship of students of the Nigerian Law School under the amnesty programme.

 

And the aggrieved students(names withheld) numbering 13 have appealed to Professor Dokubo to ensure that their fees is paid as soon as possible to avoid any skirmish with the management of their school.

 

Earlier on Wednesday, to 25th September, 2019, the students did a publication regarding the trauma that they have been going through as regards to the non payment of their tuition fees and in-training allowances.

 

They alleged that the Education Desk of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, headed by one Peter Ajube and the Relating Manager (RM) of the Nigerian Law School students in the  office were the brains behind the fraudulent diversion of their fees and allowances.

 

What is also worrisome, according to the students, is the information they got that the office of the Accountant General have refused to upload their

accounts details on Government Integrated Financial Management Information System(GIFMIS) platform for the past six months as the person in charge is always not on seat.

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