American-Based Physician, Prof. Umerah Applauds President Tinubu For Signing Student Loans Into Law 

A United States of America based Professor of Medicine in Georgia, Prof. Emeka Umerah has commended  President Bola Tinubu for signing into law the  Student Loans (Access to Higher Education) Act (Repeal and Re-Enactment) Bill, 2024.

Prof. Umerah made the commendation in a press statement made available to journalists shortly after the bill was signed.

It would be recalled that  that President Bola Ahmed Tinubu on Wednesday signed the Student Loans (Access to Higher Education) Act (Repeal and Re-Enactment) Bill, 2024, into law.

The development comes after separate considerations by both the Senate and the House of Representatives of the report of the Committee on Students Loan bill, Tertiary education, and TETFund.

The United States Based Professor who is a strong member of a foremost group "Tinubu Diaspora Movement", maintained that the future of the country had just been guaranteed under the administration of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, saying that no Nigerian child would be denied access to tertiary education, skill acquisition because of lack of funds.

Prof. Umerah revealed that this new development has shown that President Tinubu really means well not only for Nigerian students, but he's determined to deliver good governance. 

Highlighting the transformative power of accessible education, Prof. Umerah emphasized the significance of the Student Loan Bill in fostering inclusive growth and national prosperity. 

He said that by signing into law the  Student Loans, the government has paved the way for the Nigerian Students to access quality education, empowering them to contribute meaningfully to the development of Nigeria.

Prof. Umerah is also the  president and Executive Program Director of the Public Policy Advocacy and Research Council (PPARC)

The PPARC is a non-partisan political think tank aiding policy makers in the research and advocacy of public policy, research and education in the United States.

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