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NBTE boss out to destabilize Kaduna polytechnic – Stakeholders’ Forum

Posted by on December 17, 2021 0

Kaduna Polytechnic Stakeholders’ Forum (KPSF), has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to restrain Professor Idris Mohammed Bugaje, the Executive Secretary, National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) from further interference in the administration of the institution.

The Forum alleged that Prof. Bugaje was out to destabilize Kaduna Polytechnic by undue interference in the affairs of the institution.

The takeholders raised the alarm in a statement issued by the Chairman and the Secretary of the Forum, Malam Musa Muhammad and Mr. Joseph Kazachan.

The statement titled, “Still on Prof. Bugaje undue interference in the affairs of Kaduna Polytechnic”, noted that “Prof. Bugaje, has not only failed to absolve himself of the blame for an attempt to disrupt the process of governance in the institution that has been put on him by the forum and other well-meaning individuals and groups”, but has also extended what it called “his baseless allegations of impropriety” to the top officials of the Federal Ministry of Education.

The forum called on President Muhammadu Buhari, on whose behalf the Governing Council, under respected elder, Senator Mohammed Mohammed, has taken the decision to re-appoint Dr Suleiman Umar as the Acting Rector, to urgently restrain Professor Idris Mohammed Bugaje from further interference in the administration of the institution.

The forum observed, “Obviously, the several responses of the Executive Secretary of the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), Professor Idris Mohammed, in the affairs of the Kaduna Polytechnic has further confirmed the suspicion that he is only out to destabilise the institution.”

The forum alleged that Professor Bugaje had already become extremely restless as evident in his incessant attacks on the Polytechnic Management, Governing Council, Staff and Students’ Unions, as well as the Federal Ministry of Education which he accused of complicity in the alleged perpetration of illegality.

“Our Forum is fully convinced that the decision was taken in good faith and in full compliance with certain clear provisions of the Polytechnic Act, particularly section 5, sub-section one which provides that the Governing Council shall also have the power to do anything which in its opinion is calculated to facilitate the carrying out of the activities of the polytechnic and promote its best interest,” the statement explained.

NBTE boss out to destabilize Kaduna polytechnic – Stakeholders’ Forum

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