A bill seeking to establish a federal university of education (Technical) in Bichi, Kano State has passed its second reading at the Nigerian Senate chambers.
The bill, according to its sponsor, Senator Jibrin Barau (APC Kano North) when passed, will encourage the advancement of learning to all persons without distinction of race, creed, sex, or political conviction.
Barau in his lead debate for the passage of the Bill said there is a need for a strong system in the country’s education sector, with the establishment of more Institutions for the training of teachers.
Lawmakers in the upper chambers who contributed to the debate on the bill gave it overwhelming support., passing it for the second reading when put to voice votes by the President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan.
Bichi currently has a Federal College of Education (Technical) and it is unsure if it is going to be converted to a university of education or if a new institution will be established to this effect.
Disclaimer: This article is provided for general information purpose only and may contain data fetched from third party sources; hence, we do not endorse its accuracy. For more details, kindly visit the Source. Please report any fake news or false statement to Our Support Team. If you are the original owner of this content and wish it to be removed on this platform, kindly forward your request to Our Support Team.