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State moves to acquire Khadija varsity

The Jigawa State Government has approved the report of the State Executive Council’s committee on the offer for the selling of Khadija University, Majia, to…

The Jigawa State Government has approved the report of the State Executive Council’s committee on the offer for the selling of Khadija University, Majia, to the state government.

Taking over Khadija University, which was established in 2014 as a private university by a businessman and philanthropist, Alhaji Abdulaziz Garba Namadi, to provide quality education to the people of Jigawa State and beyond, is a significant step towards expanding access to quality education in the state.

The university, named after the founder’s mother, Khadija, has since become a prominent institution in the region, offering various undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in fields such as business, education and the sciences.

However, due to financial constraints and other challenges, the university’s management has been struggling to sustain its operations, leading to the decision to sell the institution to the state government.

The state government, recognising the potential of the university and its contribution to the state’s education sector, has constituted two special committees to advise on the procurement process and viability of the university if acquired.

The committees, composed of experts in education, finance and law, will assess the university’s infrastructure and resources, as well as the administrative and financial implications of the acquisition.

 

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