NUC Speaks On Why It Published List Of Illegal Universities

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The National Universities Commission, NUC has on Friday written off recent media reports that the list of illegal universities in Nigeria was published because of the new administration in the country.

Addressing pressmen, the NUC Director of Information, Malam Ibrahim Yakasai, said the list of illegal universities had always been published in the commission’s bulletin for the past five years.

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According to him, there are no illegal universities operating in the country at present, adding that the frequent publishing of the list is strategic.

“The list has been in existence for the past three to five years; the report that NUC suddenly woke up because of `change’ is mischievous.

“There in no illegal university in Nigeria now; no illegal university in Nigeria has produced a graduate.

“We have a committee on illegal universities and they work in partnership with law enforcement agencies – the police, ICPC, EFCC, among others.

“We publish the list of illegal universities repeatedly in order to stigmatise them and make sure nobody uses them again; in the last one year, there has been no case of illegal university,’’ he said. (NAN)

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