Nigeria’s Economy Would Fare Better If Tertiaty Institutions Are Adequately Funded – UNN VC

Prof. Chukwuemeka Ozumba. Photo: Guardian Nigeria
Prof. Chukwuemeka Ozumba. Photo: Guardian Nigeria

Prof. Chukwuemeka Ozumba, Vice Chancellor of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) has said Nigeria’s economy would fare better if appreciable funds are allocated to fund research development in the country’s tertiary institutions.


Ozumba called on the Federal Government to allocate special funds that is in line with UNESCO budgetary provison which is expected of every member state for her educational system.

He made the request while analysing his achievements at the UNN Business School Personality Investiture, at the Enugu Campus.


Reports reveals that UNN stands as one of the oldest institutions in Nigeria that has produced scholars whose outstanding achievements serve as leading light of successes to many across the continent.


The UNN Business School is regarded as one of the many achievements under Prof. Chukwuma Ozumba-led administration which is presently being referred to as the hub for business and managerial networks leading in technology and researches in the country.


He highlighted the essence as a platform set up to compliment the institution’s drive to serve as the hallmark for research in Business Technology and development.

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