This was contained in a statement in Kano on Saturday by Lamara Garba, Secretary, Information and Publication Unit of the university.
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She made the appeal to the Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs, Tertiary Education Trust Fund and the Niger Delta Development Commission while inspecting the damages on Friday in Calabar.
Comrade Sylvester Aku, Chairman of the union, who stated this while briefing newsmen on Wednesday in Lafia, stressed that the activities of the former management denied the institution further access to TETfund grants, thereby preventing rapid infrastructural and human capital development in the institution.
The Chairman, Board of Trustees of TETFund, Alhaji Kashim Imam, disclosed this while speaking with newsmen on Friday in Maiduguri, Borno State.
The House Committee on Public Accounts, led by its Chairman, Hon. Oluwole Oke (PDP-Osun), expressed this when the Director of Finance and Administration of the Fund, Amoo Oladipupo Idris, appeared before Committee.
The fund said the fund was meant to bolster the conduct of cutting-edge researches in the nation’s tertiary institutions.
Bogoro made the commendation on Thursday in Abuja when he led the management team of TETfund on an appreciation visit to FIRS.
Dr. Bentse Pamson, Chairman of the chapter, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Jos on Wednesday that ongoing and completed projects in the institution were funded by the Tertiary Education Trust Fund.
Dare made this known at the maiden edition of the Nigerian Prize for Leadership, Ambassador Leadership Programme organised for youths on Monday in Abuja.
Bogoro said this on Friday in Jos when he inaugurated the new University of Jos Faculty of Engineering building, the renovated burnt Main Library of the university and the school’s new Faculty of Management building
The Federal Government, through the Tertiary Education Trust Fund allocated a total of N727,225,862,128.86 billion worth of investment to the development of critical infrastructure in Nigeria’s tertiary institutions.
The Federal Government through the Tertiary Education Trust Fund allocated a total of N727,225,862,128.86 billion worth of investment in critical areas of infrastructure development in the Nigerian tertiary institutions.
The Tertiary Education Trust Fund has predicted Nigeria would become the 14th best economy in the world by 2050.
Usman Dutse, the National President of the union gave the advice on Friday at a news conference at the Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa, Nasarawa state.
The Acting Chairman of the commission, Ibrahim Magu, disclosed this when the management team of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund visited him in Abuja on Thursday
In addition, the Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union and the “Say No Campaign” vehemently kicked against the proposal to make private institutions and Teaching Hospitals to be beneficiaries of TETFund.
Mainoma made this known in Keffi when the state House of Assembly Committee on Education, Science and Technology paid an oversight visit to the institution.
Chom said on Wednesday during an interactive session with newsmen in his office, that the intervention followed long term neglect of infrastructure and human capacity building in the institution.
Prof. Bala made this remarks in Minna during the convocation of the university, where the Executive Secretary of TETFund, Dr. Abdullahi Bichi Baffa, commissioned the Phase II Complex building for the School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology sponsored by TETFund
ASUU and Civil Soviety Organizations informed the Senate Committee on TETFund over the weekend that the inclusion of such institutions would not only weaken the effectiveness of TETFund, but may further plunge the nation’s ailing education sector into more crisis