The Founder of the Maryam Abacha American University of Nigeria, MAAUN in Kano, Prof.
Adamu Abubakar Gwarzo, has donated the sum of N1 million to Usman Yahaya, a Nigerian student, presently under the mercy of Russian Immigration monitored by myschoolnews.
Pr Nigerian weeks ago, reported that Yahaya, a recipient of the Best African Medical Student award at the Russian Centre for Scientific Research, was first suspended by Irkutsk State Medical University (ISMU) and evicted from the campus hostel when the Sokoto government could not pay his overdue scholarship.
The cash donation by Prof. Gwarzo, which was done through the Association of Nigerian Students in Europe, ANSE was received by Manager PRNigeria Centre in Kano, Adnan Mukhtar.
According to the MAAUN Founder, there is a need for spirited Nigerians to quickly come to the aid of Yahaya, to ensure that his ‘bright and promising future’ is not truncated, for no fault of his.
Said Prof. Gwarzo: “The future of Usman Yahaya is at stake. We have to do something to ensure that his education is not only affected but that he is also not detained by Russian authorities, eventually. The 1 million naira I gave through the intervention of ANSE and other expected donations from philanthropic Nigerians will go a long way to rescue Yahaya.”
Responding to Prof. Gwarzo’s ‘generous donation’, Bashiru Muhammad, ANSE President, again called on the State Government to ‘temper justice with mercy’ and swiftly assist resolve the problems Yahaya is battling with in Russia.