Student washes cars to fund education
11 August 2023 | 4:21 am
Sani Usman is determined to get a university degree. And he was not going to allow his circumstances to stand in the way of his dream. So, he picked up his sponge and started soaping cars.
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A university student from Nigeria appeals for help, evacuation from Sudan where thousands of fellow Nigerian students are also trapped.
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Ugandan authorities said on Monday that 20 people had been detained for questioning about their possible role in the massacre of 42 people, mostly students, on Friday by the Islamist group Allied Democratic Forces (ADF).
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