The National Universities Commission, NUC, on Thursday denied 11 private universities operating in Nigeria full operational licenses for failing to meet set standards three years after they were issued provisional licenses.
The NUC Executive Secretary, Julius Okojie disclosed this while speaking at the presentation of the full operational licenses to nine other private universities. The NUC boss said the 11 affected private universities were given two years to get their full operational licenses, but failed to get in in three.
The affected universities are Wesley University of Science and Technology, Landmark University, Rhema University, Samuel Adegboyega University, Paul University, Oduduwa University, Tansian University, Baze University, Obong University, Achievers University and Wellspring University.
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