COVID-19: Gov Ikpeazu approves N400 million bailout fund for ABSU

The Governor of Abia State, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu, has authorized the structuring of bailout funds within the sum of 4 Hundred Million Naira (400,000,000. 00) for Abia State College.

The approval follows robust representations from the Administration and Employees of the Abia State College to the State Authorities for some type of monetary help attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In line with an announcement by the Governors Chief Press Secretary, Sir Onyebuchi Ememanka, the bailout fund is predicted to be utilized by the College Administration to fulfill primary monetary obligations.

He famous that the fund will not be restricted to the funds of salaries of staff within the College.

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“In granting this approval, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu is aware of the truth that the Abia State College has remained a robust mannequin in assets administration and upkeep of educational stability.”

Ikpeazu famous with satisfaction that the College has, because the inception of his administration remained a signpost for excellence and repair which has manifested within the constant enhancements within the score of the College by impartial evaluation businesses within the nation.

He said that the pandemic which took your entire globe without warning has basically altered the graceful educational setting within the College resulting in apparent disequilibrium of their monetary inflows.

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The assertion added that, “Governor Ikpeazu is of the agency perception that beneath the circumstances, the College is properly deserving of this help from the State Authorities.

“Particulars of the construction of the bailout can be labored out between the officers of the State Authorities and the College Administration Crew.

“The Governor believes that this line of assist, which is unprecedented within the historical past of the Establishment will present the wanted impetus for the College to jump-start educational actions and proceed to maintain her place within the nation’s educational setting.”

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