EU Invests 1.5m Pounds In COE Minna As 93 Staff Study For  PhD

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Plans have been concluded by the European Union (EU) to invest 1.5 million pounds in the training of staff of the Niger State College of Education (COE) Minna, in entrepreneurial skills.

This was disclosed by the Provost of the institution, Professor Faruk Haruna while fielding questions from newsmen at the school’s premises.

He explained that already, the EU and the management of the institution have agreed that the entrepreneurial training would be domiciled within the COE Minna.

Professor Haruna said that the EU deal was struck as a result of an existing partnership between his institution and the University of Wolverhampton.

Speaking further, he explained that as a result of the premium his management team places on human development, no fewer than 93 staff of the institution are currently undergoing PhD programmes at various universities both at home and abroad.

Professor Haruna who was speaking after flagging-off campaign for a bid to become the President of the Handball Federation of Nigeria (HFN), explained that his tenure at the helm of affairs of COE Minna also witnessed infrastructural revolution, that has seen it being envied by most of its peers.

“I have impacted positively on the lives of so many people here. In terms of structures in the institution, I have built more. I want to believe I have impacted positively in their lives and I am sure when I am no longer here, I would be fondly remembered,” he expressed.

EU Invests 1.5m Pounds In COE Minna As 93 Staff Study For  PhD

Plans have been concluded by the European Union (EU) to invest 1.5 million pounds in the training of staff of the Niger State College of Education (COE) Minna, in entrepreneurial skills.

This was disclosed by the Provost of the institution, Professor Faruk Haruna while fielding questions from newsmen at the school’s premises.

He explained that already, the EU and the management of the institution have agreed that the entrepreneurial training would be domiciled within the COE Minna.

Professor Haruna said that the EU deal was struck as a result of an existing partnership between his institution and the University of Wolverhampton.

Speaking further, he explained that as a result of the premium his management team places on human development, no fewer than 93 staff of the institution are currently undergoing PhD programmes at various universities both at home and abroad.

Professor Haruna who was speaking after flagging-off campaign for a bid to become the President of the Badminton Federation of Nigeria (BFN), explained that his tenure at the helm of affairs of COE Minna also witnessed infrastructural revolution, that has seen it being envied by most of its peers.

“I have impacted positively on the lives of so many people here. In terms of structures in the institution, I have built more. I want to believe I have impacted positively in their lives and I am sure when I am no longer here, I would be fondly remembered,” he expressed.

 

 

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