Subscribe to get Latest Updates in Your e-mail FREE: CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE!

Include Private Universities In ASUU’s N200bn Fund, Adeleke University VC Begs

Adeleke University, Ede, Osun State wants Private Universities to benefit in the N200bn released to ASUU by the Federal Government. What do you think about this? Before you conclude, read his own defense.

The authorities of the Adeleke University, Ede, Osun State have called for the inclusion of private universities among those to benefit from the N200bn intervention fund released by the Federal Government.

The Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Gideon Amusan, said this at a briefing on Monday as part of activities marking the institution’s third Founder’s Day.

adeleke University

Amusan said it would be better if private varsities were included in the FG’s largesse to enable them to develop their infrastructure.

Amusan said, “Both private and public universities are working towards the same goal and it will be  better if private universities are also included to benefit from the Federal Government’s intervention fund.

“We are not asking the government to give us equal treatment as it did with the public universities but certainly it is not out of place if private institutions are given some token as lifeline.

“Private universities in the country pay higher taxes into the Federal Government’s purse than any of the public university.

“If any benefit is coming to the universities it should not be discriminatory.” Source: PUNCH Newspaper

JOIN NGScholars on Telegram for Instant Updates.

If you find this post useful, please share on Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, etc. using the buttons below. It will definitely help someone out there.
Share on Facebook
Tweet about this on Twitter
Share on LinkedIn
Email this to someone

Do you want to ask any question or comment this post? Ask and get very fast answers on NGScholars Ask! CLICK HERE to go to the forum! . Click on Login and login with Facebbok

Don't want to miss an update?

Join over 143,000 Facebook Followers | Join over 29,000 Twitter Followers | Join over 26,000 Email Subscribers

Do you want to ask any question about this post? Ask and get very fast answers on NGScholars Ask!CLICK HERE to go to the forum! . Click on Login and login with Facebbok.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.