Education Minister Prof. Tahir forms 8 Man Committee to work on Reformation in the education sector..

    The Minister of Education, Professor Tahir Mamman, has taken a significant step in advancing education reforms in Nigeria by inaugurating an eight-member committee. This committee has been entrusted with a critical mission: to explore the issue of financial autonomy within the country’s universities and to devise a comprehensive roadmap for the education sector. This initiative aligns with the overarching ‘Renewed Hope‘ agenda set forth by President Bola Tinubu, emphasizing the importance of education as a cornerstone for national development.


    At the helm of this committee is Dr. Nuhu Yakubu, who brings a wealth of expertise and experience to guide its proceedings. The committee also includes notable members such as Prof. Ernest Ojukwu, a former Deputy Director-General of the Nigerian Law School, and Professor Sa’ad Umar, who will contribute their insights to shaping the future of education in Nigeria.

    During the inauguration ceremony, Minister Mamman underscored the gravity of the task at hand. He emphasized that President Tinubu’s vision hinges on improving the lives of Nigerians, fostering compassion and unity among citizens, and collectively addressing the societal challenges that have, for too long, hindered the nation’s progress. In particular, the President has prioritized the retraining of approximately 10.5 million out-of-school children, equipping them with the skills they need to become self-reliant and contribute meaningfully to society.

    To realize this vision, Minister Mamman stressed the necessity of having a well-defined roadmap and framework. These tools will serve as a guide for the Ministry of Education as it embarks on the journey to achieve these ambitious educational goals. Furthermore, he highlighted the importance of addressing long-standing gaps that have held back the nation’s progress in education over the years.

    In summary, the establishment of this committee represents a significant milestone in Nigeria’s education reform efforts. It signals the government’s commitment to President Tinubu’s ‘Renewed Hope’ agenda and its dedication to providing quality education for all, especially those who have been left behind. The committee’s work will undoubtedly shape the future of education in Nigeria, offering hope and opportunities to millions of young Nigerians.

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