The Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, has advised the elite to stop sending their children abroad for the first degree education. 
Oloyede, who prominent that privileged universities ought to be “realistic by bearing in mind the profitable spot in the country,” thought approximately privileged universities in the country were locate up to succeed money.

The registrar understood this on Thursday night in Abuja, during a teaching and sensitisation for admission officers and stakeholders from universities.
Oloyede other that the panel would no longer believe students admitted by universities, who did not give the common quantity and the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination requirements.
He said, “Private universities have a challenge of high costs of school fees. I believe that the private universities are established for worthy purposes. In Nigeria, all of them claim they are not for profit but most of them are for profits. Let private institutions be declaring their status.
’Not for profit’ revenue that they are burden it for shared military and their charges will consider that. once they are gifted to retrieve their overhead, I mull over they tin be okay. But a little are established, notably for manufacture money. It is not a crime; but cabaret us someplace you stand. The marketplace military will govern everyplace students will be. I'm sorry? is experience is that the privileged universities duty be realistic in captivating into consequence the financial realities in the country. Otherwise, they will put themselves out of the market.
“I accept as true additionally that it is healthier for the elite in Nigeria to remit their family to universities and privileged teaching institutions in Nigeria. But they bottle try abroad for superior education.”

Oloyede additional that the embark had moreover introduced the innermost Admissions handing out System to guarantee “transparency and tracking” of the admissions conceded out by the universities.

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