The Executives of committee of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities on Tuesday paid a courtesy call on the former president of Nigeria, President Olusegun Obasanjo for a consultative session and to discuss the happening in the Nigerian university education system.
The visit, which is part of the pre-event activities lined up to celebrate the forth coming 60th anniversary of Nigerian University system, started in October, 1962 in the University of Ibadan.
The general-Secretary of the committee, Prof Yakubu Ochefu, while speaking with CEOAfrica said that the committee kick- started with five Vice-Chancellors, which has now developed into a leadership of 202 vice chancellors representing federal, state and private universities across the country.
An executive board member and Vice Chairman of the Committee, Prof. Chinedum Peace Babalola who is the current Vice Chancellor of Chrisland University spoke on the session they had with the former Persident Olusegun Obasanjo which she referred to as insightful as they learnt a lot from former president Olusegun Obasanjo popularly called “Baba of Africa”.
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