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College seeks Nasarawa assembly’s intervention on accreditation, promotions

The Provost, College of Agriculture Lafia, Dr Musa Yahaya Maikafi, has urged the Nasarawa State House of Assembly to assist in addressing the challenges of…

The Provost, College of Agriculture Lafia, Dr Musa Yahaya Maikafi, has urged the Nasarawa State House of Assembly to assist in addressing the challenges of accreditation and staff promotions facing the school.

Maikafi made the call when the State House of Assembly committee on Education paid an oversight visit to the school.

He said also that the fencing of the school has helped in not only securing the environment but also in ensuring the security of lives and property of staff and students.

The provost commended the assembly for its intervention in tackling the problems facing the institution by ensuring that it is fenced, as well as the construction of the road network in the school.

“We are appealing to you to assist us to get funds for the school convocation, implementation of staff promotions, and settlement of gratuity among others,” he said

Earlier, Mr Daniel Ogazi (APC), chairman of the committee, said the visit was to assess the budget performance of the school for the 2019 fiscal year.

“We are to perform our constitutional duties of oversight function by assessing your budget performance with the view of addressing any challenges discovered,” he said.

Ogazi, who represents Kokona East at the state parliament, assured the college of the determination of the House to collaborate with the state government to address other challenges facing the school for its overall development.

 

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