Governor Oshiomole kicks out Igbinedion University students from state medical facility
Edo state governor, Adams Oshiomole today 14th January 2015, gave an executive order stopping the training of nursing students from the Igbinedion University at the state owned medical facilities, the Benin General Hospital and the Stella Obasanjo Hospital.
According to reports, the governor is angry at the school’s management for collecting money from their students and not providing the necessary medical facilities for their training.
The students had up until now enjoyed free training at the state owned medical hospitals despite paying huge sums of money to their school for their training. Gov Oshiomole had earlier terminated an agreement with the management of the school to train their medical students at the state’s specialist hospital over debts totaling N350million owed the state by the school.
Posted on January 14, 2015, in education, Health, Nigeria and tagged Adams Oshiomole, Benin General Hospital, Edo state governor, Igbinedion University, medical facilities, nursing, Okada, school management, Stella Obasanjo Hospital., students, training. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.