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The Registrar/Chief Executive, Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), Prof. Josiah Olusegun Ajiboye, has commended private providers of education in Nigeria.

Addressing the Committee of Provosts of Private Colleges of Education in Nigeria who paid him a courtesy visit in Abuja recently, the TRCN Scribe said that government alone can no longer fund education hence, the involvement of private investors. He however emphasized on quality.

Ajiboye assured the visiting Provosts that the TRCN would work with them towards improving the quality of education in Nigeria.

Speaking earlier, the Chairman of the Committee, Prof. D. O. Bamgbose, who was represented by Dr. Adewale Odunayo, of Topmost College of Education, Lagos, said, the courtesy visit was to congratulate Prof. Josiah Olusegun Ajiboye, on his appointment as the Registrar/Chief Executive of Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria. He further noted that the visit was also to register the Committee’s readiness to work with and support TRCN in her moves towards restoring the pride of the teaching profession nationwide.

In his words, “In the past years, the nation’s education sector had remained a victim of quacks and actors. Dr. Odunayo stressed that the acceptance of TRCN’s activities worldwide was a commendable feat that should be sustained. He stated further that the Committee was ready to partner with TRCN in the area of training and re-training of teachers across the country. This move, the Committee noted would enhance manpower development.


In a similar development, the Registrar/Chief Executive, Librarians’ Registration Council of Nigeria (LRCN), Prof. Michael Afolabi, who also paid a courtesy visit to the Registrar/Chief Executive of Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria,

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Prof. J. O. Ajiboye, said the Council was willing to work with TRCN to conduct capacity building workshops for teacher-librarians and staff of school libraries across the country.

According to him, “LRCN conducted a survey of 257 school libraries within the Federal Capital Territory and the outcome was worrisome.” The survey, he noted, revealed that due to inadequate skills, some educational materials donated to libraries were either abandoned or underutilized. Prof. Afolabi however stressed that the place of Libraries in the education sector especially at the basic and post basic levels cannot be over emphasized.

Responding to the LRCN team, Prof. Ajiboye stressed the need for synergy and collaboration between the two agencies of government towards enhancing the quality of education in the country.



Ojewuyi Olumuyiwa

Head, Information, TRCN

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