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Edo government restructures college, introduces multi-campus system

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Edo State Governor Godwin Obaseki. AFP PHOTO / PIUS UTOMI EKPEI

Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki has announced plans to restructure the state’s tertiary education subsector with the training of teachers with competencies in different knowledge and skill areas, especially basic and technical learning.

Obaseki disclosed this when he visited the Abudu College of Education for an on-the-spot inspection of infrastructure in the school.

According to him, “The state is to operate the Tayo Akpata University of Education, Ekiadolor as well as multi-campus College of Education with sites in Igueben, Abudu and Auchi.

While the Abudu campus is to serve as special training centre for teachers at the basic education level, the one at Igueben will focus on training teachers for technical and secondary education.”

He said the state government has concluded arrangement to remodel the college in Abudu, adding, “After revamping this institution, it will serve as a centre for training and certification of new sets of teachers for the basic level of education. This will prepare the teachers to adopt modern teaching methods at that level of education.”


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