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FG considering transfer of students from overpopulated Unity Schools to less populated ones




The Federal Ministry of Education has disclosed that it is considering transferring students from some of its over-populated unity colleges to others with lesser students in order to ensure a better teaching and learning condition. This was made known by the Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, during an inspection tour of unity colleges in Lagos on Monday.

He noted that unity schools in the state are over-pressured as a result of population.
FG considering transfer of students from overpopulated Unity Schools to less populated ones

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“Our federal colleges outside Lagos, except maybe Owerri and Onitsha, others are not relatively as populated. So, we may begin the process of transferring some students to other schools, with the same facilities, but not under the same kind of pressure, or we expand some of the facilities we have to accommodate as many children as we have.

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“There are options and the principals who are the chief managers of the institutions we have visited, will do their reports on my visit. I have made all the comments I need to make and they will update me of all their needs and gaps are.” He stated.




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