A communiqué signed by the Provost, Yusuf Bala Usman College of Legal and Islamic Studies, Daura, Dr. Rabi’u Abdulkadir Kurfi, said delisting the colleges from the list of beneficiaries of TETFund intervention is seriously affecting their academic performance.
The conference therefore urged the NASS to review the law by including the colleges to be among the beneficiaries, noting that “we are in the list before we were delisted.”
The conference also vowed to unify syllabi and programmes of all Colleges of Legal and Islamic studies in the country with a view to making teaching system in such institutions stronger.
It encouraged all institutions that have not started NCE programmes to embark on immediately, empathising that all colleges in the country must commence NCE programmes.
On the security challenges in Borno state, the conference called on the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE), to make categorical policy state-ment on the Arabic students’ compulsory acculturation programme being conducted in Gombori Ngala area of the state.
It then commended Katsina State government for assisting the management of Yusuf Bala Usman College of Legal and Islamic Studies, Daura, noting that without the state government’s intervention, the college cannot attain the level of development it attained now.