Why UniJos faces security, land infringement issues – Prof. Maimako


The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Jos, Prof. Seddi Sebastian Maimako, on Friday raised worries over the difficulties confronting the University, notwithstanding the foundation’s humble formative steps.

He said Uni Jos in his four years in charge of undertakings, was still tormented by a horde of issues, particularly in the region of security.

He similarly said lean monetary assets have made it hard for the organization to “enough and thoroughly” secure the dedicated staff and understudies of the University.

Maimako unveiled this while tending to writers to stamp his fourth year in office as Vice-Chancellor, held at the Senate Chambers of the University in Jos, Plateau State Capital.

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He stated, “In spite of the immense triumphs we have recorded up until now, it has not been plain cruising as far as possible.

“The University has been gone up against with a few difficulties en route.

“The issue of security has kept on being a wellspring of worry with the expanded interest to ensure lives and property of the college’s flexible and dedicated staff and understudies yet without the proportionate money related assets to sufficiently and thoroughly do as such.

“College of Jos has encountered a genuine framework shortfall throughout the years. Be that as it may, lately, there has been a checked improvement in Federal Government’s mediation through TETfund, the NEEDS Assessment Program and different Projects which has empowered the University to step by step meet a portion of its squeezing infrastructural necessities”, he clarified.

“The stage two procurement and infringements on the land prior reserved for the University’s improvement just as biological issues have additionally represented an overwhelming test”, he deplored.

As indicated by him, “There has been a progressing exchange with key partners to return the land to its unique reason while endeavors are additionally being increased to guarantee that generous pieces of the University land influenced by disintegration are recovered before continuing with further turn of events”.


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