Nigeria, UK To Intensify Efforts Towards Mutual Growth And Development

Nigeria, UK To Intensify Efforts Towards Mutual Growth And Development

The student groups at the University of the Free State have maintained their protest to the forced vaccination scheme. They profess to be pro-vaccination, but believe that students should not be forced to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
The children feel that their right to an education is protected by the Constitution.
Students from the African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) staged a protest outside the main campus of the University of Bloemfontein.
Some students want the policy revisited, while others want it completely repealed. Despite completing all of the proper procedures, some claim they were denied admission to the university.
According to a statement by NiDCOM spokesperson, Gabriel Odu, the Deputy High Commissioner acknowledged the rich list of Nigerians in the UK, performing excellently in various fields of endeavour.
She asserted that one key mission is to harness potentials and resources between the two countries to cause even development and promote people-to-people contacts.
Receiving the UK delegation, Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa expressed her interest in working hand-in-hand with the British High Commission in Abuja to create a win-win situation for the UK and Nigeria.

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