NDDC probe: Students on scholarship laments neglect || Part two
By Guardian Exclusive
28 July 2020 | 12:36 pm
Sequel to the controversial NDDC probe that unveils the rot in the agency to Nigerian's, GuardianTV spoke with four students on scholarship from the same agency.
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