TETFund Boss Warns Varsities, Others Against Poor Execution Of Intervention
Executive Secretary, Tertiary Education Trust Fund, Prof. Suleiman Bogoro, has charged the 226 public tertiary institutions statutorily benefiting from its interventions to inculcate efficient service delivery to ensure Nigerian higher institutions compete favourably with the best in the world.
The Fund warned that its desire to achieve results, in line with its mandate, could be jeopardized if beneficiary tertiary institutions rendered dysfunctional services.
Bogoro, stated this in Abuja at a workshop organised by the Fund for nodal officers and directors of quality assurance of the 226 beneficiary institutions with the theme: ‘Building skills for effective service delivery.”
Represented by the Director, Office of the Executive Secretary, TETFund, Uchendu Wogu, Bogoro noted that the workshop being the first of its kind, was organised by the fund to engender synergy between the agency and it’s beneficiary institutions.
“We want to achieve results as TETFund in line with our mandate; however, this could be jeopardized if there are dysfunctions in our beneficiary institutions.”
“The hallmark of the fund is built on the bedrock of effectiveness and efficiency. This is because of the anticipated impact we seek to achieve in all our beneficiary institutions,” he said.