Ngige’s Generation should be sad about the current state of Public Varsities

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Ngige’s Generation should be sad about the current state of Public Varsities

The Academic Staff Union of Universities has said Nigerians who attended public universities about 40 years ago, such as in the generation of the Minister of Labor and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, should weep over the present poor state of the country’s tertiary institutions.

ASUU added that several petitions which it submitted to the Federal Government against corrupt vice-chancellors in some universities had yet to be acted upon, noting that the government should show more commitment to the tertiary education system.

The ASUU National President, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, spoke in an interview with our correspondent in Abuja, while reacting to claims by the labor minister that the union refused to show up for negotiations with the government.

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