Some Graduates find it difficult to write, read or communicate in English; FG admits decline in education in Nigeria

FG admits decline in learning and standard of education in the country
 
The Federal Government has admitted that the standard of education in the country is declining and called on education administrators to wake up to their responsibilities.

 
The Minister of Education, Alhaji Adamu Adamu made this known on Thursday at the commissioning of seven various projects at the Federal College of Education, Yola.


He frowned at a situation where graduating students in many tertiary institutions across the country find it difficult to write, read or communicate in English, which is a serious concern that needs to be addressed.

Adamu who was represented by the Director, Tertiary Education, Hajia Rakiya Iliyasu noted that graduates of tertiary institutions across the country need to brace up with the challenges of modern education.

Speaking earlier, the Provost, Federal College of Education (FCE), Yola, Professor Abdul-Mumin Sa’ad has called on the Federal Government to sustain the tempo in championing youths policies, quality education and infrastructures to engage youths as a way of tackling violence and crime.

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