About 14,000 Nigerian students in US – Ibelli

About 14,000 Nigerian students in US – Ibelli

The Public Affairs Officer and Acting Consul General, United States of America Consulate, Lagos, Stephen Ibelli,  said about 14, 000 Nigerians are currently studying in the United State of America.

Ibelli said this in Osogbo, Osun State, at the commissioning of ‘Window on America’, an information center sponsored by the United States government which makes provision for free learning.

The Acting Consul also said that the place was a non-political space partnering with many universities, where people could engage in research on topics at Masters and Doctorate programmes.

He explained that the high number of Nigerians studying in the United States is not by chance but the fact that Nigerians cherish good and quality education. Information Guide Nigeria

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Adding that universities in the United States are presenting standard services.

As reported by The Punch, in Ibelli words: “Indeed, we have almost 14,000 Nigerians studying in the United States. That is not an accident. It is because Nigerians and Nigerian families believe in strong education.

“They believe in this and they push their kids to strong education and America universities offer world-class education,” he said. JAMB Result

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