President Muhammad has suspended the opening of 37 universities that Buhari agreed to establish during his 2023 administration
The Federal Government has said that the opening of new universities that the previous government agreed to establish since the time of former President Muhammadu Bahari will be delayed. The Minister of Education, Tahir Mamman said this after a meeting with President Bola Tinubu today Wednesday in Abuja. He said that this was based on the need to provide quality educational programs for these universities and God willing they will put everything together.
Daily Nigerian Hausa reports that former President Muhammadu Buhari has agreed to grant licenses to 37 new universities near the end of his administration as we have heard. “Many of the new universities approved by the previous government were established at the end of the administration. After many studies, President Muhammad Bola felt that they should be suspended for the time being. “This does not mean that the universities will be cancelled, but rather they should be looked at in terms of their strength and the benefits that the students will get in these universities.