Most tertiary institutions lack infrastructure – Emeritus Professor Udoh

By Michael Adeyemo

An Emeritus Professor, Christopher Udoh, has urged regulatory bodies to ensure all facilities needed for a conducive learning environment are in place before issuing licenses to any educational institution.

Professor Udoh made this known while featuring on Grey Hair, Pensioners FM programme which profiles the past life of the elderly.

According to Professor Udoh, most academic institutions lack infrastructure that could help to foster the learning process which has hampered the development of education in the country.

“We still need a lot of infrastructure in our educational sector, there are some certain institutions that I visited that lack adequate infrastructure”, Professor Udoh stated.

Professor Udoh urged government  and school authorities to ensure adequate provision of education materials to boost the standard of education in the country. Professor Udoh, also decried the depreciation of the reading culture among youth of today, urging them to embrace the act of reading.

One thought on “Most tertiary institutions lack infrastructure – Emeritus Professor Udoh

  1. Very correct about inadequate, and to a large extent lack of infrastructure, and their maintenance. This issue should be monitored and assessed critically in both public and private owned educational institutions, and at all levels too.

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