May 21, 2024

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Khalifa Isyaku Rabi’u Varsity Inaugurates Governing Council

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Khalifa Isyaku Rabi’u University Kano, one of the new private institutions recently approved by the National Universities Commission (NUC) has constituted and inaugurated members of its Governing Council to steer the affairs of the institution. reports that the governing council was inaugurated on Monday at the university premises in Kano by the chairman board of trustees and also the Chief Imam of Kano, Emeritus Prof. Muhammad Sani Zahradeen.
“On behalf of the board of trustees, Khalifa Isyaku Rabi’u Unviersity, I am privileged and very happy to inaugurate the first governing council of this university, headed by the pro-chancellor, Prof. Kabiru Isyaku, the members of the council are Prof. Abdulrashid Garba who is the Vice-Chancellor, Alhaji Aliyu Ibrahim Ahmed (Matawallen Kano), Vice Admiral Auwal Zubairu Gambo (Rtd), Prof Musa Borodo, Prof. Abdallah Uba Adamu, Prof. Rabii Muhammad Ashiru, Malam Garba Imam, Alh Nura Isyaku Rabi’u, Alh Kabiru Isyaku Rabi’u, Alhaji Hafiz Isyaku Rabi’u, Representative of Kano, the National universities commission, representative of the Kano state ministry for higher education, the Registrar Malam Yusuf Datti who is also secretary of this council, I am please to inaugurate you, and I wish you Allah’s guidance.”

Khalifa Isyaku Rabi’u University Kano, one of the new private institutions recently approved by the National Universities Commission (NUC) has constituted and inaugurated members of its Governing Council to steer the affairs of the institution.

Bustandaily reports that the governing council was inaugurated on Monday at the university premises in Kano by the chairman board of trustees and also the Chief Imam of Kano, Emeritus Prof. Muhammad Sani Zahradeen.

“Ladies and gentlemen, our University cannot come at a better time. It is highly disturbing to note that the number of candidates applying for admission every year in Nigeria, only 5.2% to 15.3% get admitted every year. This means between 84.7% to 94.8% of the candidates seeking admission every year do not get admitted. In 2018 it was reported that only 12.1% got admitted according to the World Bank collection of development indicators

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