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Nigerian delegation to understudy Ghana’s Students Loan Plan

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Good News – The Education Minister, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, has known as on African leaders to search at ways of promoting pattern initiatives that would possibly possibly well turn the fortunes of their folk, notably the marginalised, around.

He outlined that with the unique notify of pattern and global pattern developments, it is prudent for folk in management positions in Africa search at introducing interventions that can replace the lives of their folk.

Dr Adutwum made the call when a 5-member delegation from the Bayelsa Explain Increased Education (College) from Nigeria paid a courtesy call on him in Accra on Wednesday.

The delegation is anticipated to spend 5 days within the nation to understudy Ghana’s Pupil’s Loan Plan (SLS). They’d have several engagements with the management and Administration of the SLT to share mode of operations, simplest practices, replace tips and experiences.

Dr Adutwum, charged African leaders to strive to enhance Scandalous Tertiary Enrolment Ratio (GTER) since it is needed for the event of every nation.

He acknowledged that if a nation is ready to enhance its GTER, it would manufacture a possibility for a gargantuan selection of the formative years who would possibly possibly well be ready to work in direction of the transformation and industrialisation of that nation.

“There are better days forward for African worldwide locations but there is the necessity for all to work in direction of placing in role the appropriate measures and insurance policies in direction of altering the myth for Africans”. Dr Adutwum acknowledged.

The Education Minister pledged to partner with the Bayelsa Explain Increased Education to make certain that they replace tips, shared experiences and simplest practices.

The chief of the Nigerian delegation, Dr Michael Ameagberi, Govt Secretary of the Bayelsa Explain Increased Education Pupil Loan Board, acknowledged, they started running a pupil loan plan three years within the past and made up our minds to knock on the doors of Ghana which has mammoth trip regarding Students Loan management.

He lauded Dr Adutwum for the coolest insurance policies he is rolling out within the nation’s schooling sector to enhance the lives of the folk.

He modified into once upbeat that the scurry to to Ghana would serve them ruin an perception into Ghana’s trip within the Pupil Loans Plan amongst varied wonderful schooling initiatives which are worth emulating by varied worldwide locations.

Dr Ameagberi acknowledged, their loan plan at this time is managing about 5,000 college students, saying that, the experiences from Ghana would scurry a prolonged manner to serve toughen the simple process and suggestions to enhance on the operationalisation of the loan plan of the Bayelsa notify which would soon be adopted by varied Nigerian Universities.

The Chief Govt of SLT, Nana Agyei Yeboah, assured the Nigerian delegation of its readiness to abet them with the appropriate toughen to enhance the operations of the Students Loan Plan.

He pledged to serve deepen the relationship between Ghana and Nigeria through an replace of tips in diverse fields of endeavour.

Background

The Administration of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria is the sole responsibility of the a huge selection of Federal States in incompatibility to in Ghana where the Central Authorities is to blame for the wait on a watch on and management of all public Universities.

This has led to every Federal Explain in Nigeria having a peep for prudent insurance policies that can serve toughen the lives of its folk and the notify.

It modified into once basically basically based on this that the management and management of the Bayelsa Explain, three years within the past, came out with the Students Loans Plan to serve toughen college students within the tertiary schooling role in that notify.

Bayelsa Explain Increased Education is the first College in Nigeria to operate a Pupil Loan Plan.

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