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DHE visits Citi Polytechnic Dawaki
• Assures on equitable access to higher education

2nd Feb, 2020 | By Sator Musa | ||

A delegation from the Department of Higher Education, DHE, has undertaken a familiarisation visit to the Citi Polytechnic, Dawaki, in Bwari Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory. The delegation comprising of three Deputy Directors Mr. Abedoh Ahmed Yakubu (HOD Universities), Mr. Nonyelu G.N (HOD Polytechnic and Monotechnic) and Mr. Akinfolajimi O.O. (HOD Colleges of Education) said the visit is in line with one of the Department core mandate of "Promoting equitable access to higher education in the FCT".

The leader of the team, Mr Abedoh who also represented the Director, Department of Higher Education, (DHE) Mr. Ezekiel Gimba, informed that the purpose of the visit was to promote equitable access to Higher Education in FCT. He congratulated the founder for his effort in bringing education to the doorstep of FCT residents and promised to communicate to the Minister of the FCT, Malam Mohammad Musa Bello who is so passionate about education in the territory. On ground to receive the DHE delegation were top management staff of the school, Mr. Brian Charles, (Deputy Registrar) and Mr. John Denis (Chief Librarian).

Mr. Brian who welcomed the guests, apologized for not visiting the department before now. According to him, the school is currently running four National Diploma courses that have been accredited by the National Board for technical Education, NBTE. The courses are Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical/Electronic Engineering and Business Administration. He added that the School had also registered with JAMB for student admission, and further stated that the mission and vision of the school is "learning for character", noting that information has to pass through education.

The delegation also took a look at the facilities at the school which included audio recording, photo studio, library, transmitter station, electrical workshop, electronic workshop and so on. The team concluded the visit by encouraging individuals, to enter into school business as government could not do it alone.

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