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80% research proposal by Nigerian university Professors poor – Prof Bogoro

Prof Bogoro as Executive Secretary of TETFund
Prof Suleiman Bogoro

The Executive Secretary of Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) Prof Suleiman Elias Bogoro has expressed dismay over the inability of most Nigerian Professors to access global grants for impactful research due to poor quality of research proposal.

 

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He said in spite of the growing number of Nigerian Professors to about 8000, it borders him that many have low capacity to write fundable research proposal, saying, “We see some of the research proposals coming to TETFund and sometimes you wonder if some of the professors were actually the principal investigators in the proposal, at first reading about 80 percent are gone because they are poor.”

 

Prof Bogoro stated this on Wednesday at an interactive session with Directors of Research of Nigerian Universities in Abuja, organised by the National Universities Commission, tagged “Bolstering Research Impact and Relevance through Systematic Research Governance in Nigeria.

“Now they have wangled their way to top professors, but give them the topmost platform in the world they won’t want to climb because they will misrepresent the title they are carrying, this is a challenge to us,” he said.

 

OVER 5,000 NIGERIAN MEN HAVE OVERCOME POOR BEDROOM PERFORMANCE SYNDROME DUE TO THIS BRILLIANT DISCOVERY

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