Bogoro made the call on Saturday at the 11th Convocation Lecture of the Nile University, Abuja.
Ogbu made the remark in Abakaliki at the inauguration of some TETFund-sponsored projects in the University.
The red chamber gave its approval after a bill seeking the establishment of the new tertiary institution was extensively debated and unanimously ratified at the plenary on Thursday.
Echono made the pledge at an Implementation Support Workshop for National Employability Benchmarking Programme in Nigerian universities in Abuja Wednesday.
The Tertiary Education Trust Fund has said that it is addressing the plights of some Nigerian lecturers studying in foreign institutions under the TETFund Scholarship for Academic Staff programmes.
The Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) said it has disbursed the sum of N550 million to the Kaduna State College of Education, Gidan Waya, for the purpose of addressing insecurity.
The Tertiary Education Trust Fund has said that Nigerian lecturers across board are using the scholarship provided by the country to flee for greener pastures, a development commonly called “Japa” in Nigeria.
The Executive secretary of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund, TETFUND says over 137 students sponsored abroad by the fund absconded.
So also did the Executive Secretary stoutly clarify that there was no missing fund as being alleged in some quarters.
Abdussalam’s research interest focuses on climate change impact assessment; adaptation and mitigation, disaster risk management, environmental sustainability, and environmental impact assessment.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Benard Matur, announced this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Saturday in Bokkos.
The Executive Secretary of TETFund,Sunday Echono, made the pledge when Governor Umar Namadi of Jigawa visited him in Abuja.
Malam Buhari Mika’Ilu, Director of Infrastructure of the Fund, said this at the TETFund/ National Board for Technical Education sensitisation workshop in Abuja on Tuesday.
The Buhari Media Organisation (BMO) made this assertion in a statement signed by its Chairman, Niyi Akinsiju and Secretary, Cassidy Madueke stating that the 2023 Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) disbursement to tertiary institutions is the highest in 30 years.
The Director of the university’s Centre for Research Development and In-House Training, Prof. Kolawole Wahab stated this in a memo to the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Wahab Egbewole.
Yusuf said this during the inauguration of some TETFUND intervention projects at the institution Tuesday in Kaduna.
Research is a core aspect of an academic’s career. Aside teaching, faculties are expected to engage in impactful research studies and strives to present their findings to their peers in local and international conferences. As with many sectors in Nigeria, higher education financing is grossly inadequate. Hence, lecturers often attend local and international conferences to share their research findings and experiences with peers using personal funding. Federal government’s attempt at increasing funding of public institutions led to the establishment of TETFund.
Gambari inaugurated the projects, funded by Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETfund) through its 2020 TETfund Special High Impact Project Intervention at the main campus in Keffi Local Government Area and at Gudi Campus in Akwanga Local Government Area of the state on Monday.
Speaking at the public presentation of the books in Abuja Tuesday, the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, said the dependence on foreign academic publications portends great danger to the nation’s education sector.
The Rector of the foremost institution in Nigeria, Engr. Obafemi Omokungbe, disclosed this fact at the opening ceremony of the college maiden Inter School Research Fair, Exhibition and Awards held at its college hall.