The enrollment of 8000 students who benefited from Sokoto government’s free tertiary institutions’ admission forms began today in Sokoto, the state capital.

The enrolment, which got underway at the Sokoto North local government secretariat, saw a huge turn out of both male and female students seeking to further their education.

The exercise will hold in four other centres across the state.

Speaking with reporters at the point of registration, one of the beneficiaries, Aisha Ibrahim, said she wants to read Laboratory Technology in the University and will study hard to make the grades.

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It will be recalled that a fortnight ago,Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal announced that government has bought university admission forms worth N44m for 8000 of its students seeking admission into various tertiary institutions in the country.

A statement issued by the Governor’s spokesman, Malam Imam Imam, said in addition to the payment of the forms, the state government will take over the four Computer Based Examination Centres (CBT) under construction by the Federal Government under the defunct SURE-P intervention programme.

It said the centres, located in Sokoto, Gwadabawa, Wamakko and Tambuwal LGAs, will have a combined capacity of 1,400 computers and will be put to use during the 2016 nationwide JAMB examination.

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