A private school in Osun State, Kunike International School, Osogbo, has offered to give full scholarship to the first two Chibok girls rescued from the captivity of the Boko Haram sect.
Amina Alli, rescued with her four-month-old baby, and Serah Luka were rescued last week from Sambisa Forest which is the hideout of the dreaded terror group.
The Director of Kunike International School, Mr. Amos Adekunle, announced the offer in a statement made available to our correspondent in Osogbo on Saturday.
He said the girls needed to be encouraged to fulfil their dreams of getting quality education which was temporarily stopped by the terrorists who invaded their schools on April 14, 2014 and abducted over 200 girls.
The statement read, “The management of Kunike International Schools, Osogbo in conjunction with the management of Delta Schools District, in Vancouver, Canada is extending full scholarships (all tuitions and boarding) to the first two Chibok girls – Amina Alli and Serah Luka that were recently rescued from captivity.”
Adekunle said the two girls who were recently rescued should be encouraged to continue with their education in order to allow them to contribute their quota to the development of the country.