His Excellency, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Francis OOborevwori


From: National Association of Delta State Students (Nadesstu Worldwide)

To: His Excellency, Rt. Hon. Sheriff F.O Oborevwori, Governor, Delta State.

Your Excellency, we bring you reverential greetings from the apex body governing all students from Delta State origin within and outside the state. We write to bring to your attention the pressing issue of the long overdue 2023 bursary payment that is yet to be disbursed to deserving students who registered for the 2023 bursary in our state.

The delay in the disbursement of these bursaries has caused significant financial strain on the affected students, hindering their ability to meet basic needs and sustain their education. As we are all aware, education is a cornerstone for the development of our society, and timely financial support is crucial for students to excel in their academic pursuits.

Your Excellency, we know you not only as a listening Governor but also as one who is already fulfilling his campaign promises to deltans and one of the promised you made on the 29th of May 2023 is to ensure to complete all on going project of the previous administration and you have been doing that but that of the 2023 students bursary that students registered for in the previous administration has not been paid hence the reason we are writing to you openly as the pressure is extremely much on us as students leaders.

We have been receiving series of threats from our students and the pressure is very high on us currently, Your Excellency, we sincerely doubt if we will be able to hold our students back from hitting the streets if the Bursary is not been paid. We appreciate your good works in the state and also the 25% reduction on acceptance fees to new intake in the four(4) State University.

We respectfully request your intervention in expediting the process of releasing the pending bursaries. This action will not only alleviate the financial burden on the students but also serve as a palliative to students to caution the effects of the fuel subsidy removal and also demonstrate your commitment to fostering a conducive environment for education.

We are very confident that your prompt attention to this matter will have a positive impact on the lives of many students and contribute to the overall progress of our state.

Thank you for your understanding and decisive action on this important issue.


Comr. Wiska Monday
Nadesstu National President

Comr. Elvis Omonigho Okeoghene
Senate President

Comr. Ikpidi John
Secretary General


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