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Federal government to investigate collection of tuition fees by universities

Minister of State for Education, Prof. Anthony Anwuka, Wednesday said the Federal Government had resolved to investigate the discovery that federal universities collect tuition fees contrary to the laws setting them up.

Professor Ibiyemi: Private universities too need TETFund grant

Private universities across the country have called on the Federal Government to extend TETFund research and development grant to them.

Why private universities produce more first class degrees – Crawford VC

“Private Universities produce more First Class Degree holders because of the lower rate of distractions and the quest for excellence,’’ the Vice-Chancellor, Crawford University, Prof Olurotimi Ajayi, has said.

Civil servants sending their children to private varsities are corrupt – ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has noted that civil servants who send their children to Nigeria’s private universities are corrupt.

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Prophet: 2019 polls will be tougher than 2015

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