Continue funding varsities, VCs beg TETFUND

The Committee of Vice Chancellors of Nigerian Universities has stated that the Tertiary Education Trust Fund must continue to fund infrastructural development in the universities to address the needs of the huge number of students admitted into the schools. Speaking with Saturday PUNCH, the Chairman of CVCNU, Prof Edoumiekumo Samuel, said, “Let me tell you, even from this moment Cambridge is still building, Cambridge that was established in 1209; they are still building because the infrastructural deficit is a function of the number of student intakes. “If the number of students admitted to universities is increasing, you must also increase

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