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Funding, Strategic to Education - Varsity Don

The importance of well-funded education in the nation’s strive for development cannot be overemphasised. This was the submission of the Vice-Chancellor, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Professor Olusola Oyewole, at the 1st Conference of National and States Assembly Committees on Education, held recently in Abuja.

According to Professor Oyewole, who is also the President, Association of African Universities (AAU), education remained the most powerful weapon in changing the society for the better.

In a lecture titled Challenges of Funding Education in A Federal Nigerian System, which he presented alongside Professor Placid Njoku, former Vice-Chancellor, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike and President, Nigerian Institute of Animal Science, Professor Oyewole gave the historical trajectory of the major phases in educational development, which began in 1842 to date. He stated that financing education should be a joint responsibility of the federal, state and local government, as well as the private sector.

The AAU President bemoaned the paltry allocation to education and called for an improvement through statutory allocations, increased government investment, strengthening governance and the establishment of a framework for intervention from sectoral bodies.

The Vice-Chancellor said that over the years, there was no increase in statutory allocations to each University, but that the increase in the total allocation to Universities was due to the fact that they had increased in number.

In 2005, the education budget as a percentage of the total federal government budget was 8.8 per cent, which rose to 10.2 in 2008 and declined by 2010, when it declined to 7.4 per cent and over the years, the annual envelope had been inadequate to meet up with the ever-increasing demands by Universities, he stated.

Professor Oyewole, however, lauded the intervention of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND), in reducing the financial burden of federal Universities, but added that such efforts had not been able to adequately provide for the actual needs of the institutions.

On the way forward, he cited the examples of some African countries namely Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Uganda whereby government’s well-designed policies had been useful in meeting up with the challenge of funding education.

Speaking at the occasion, Professor Njoku identified the strategies that could be adopted in meeting the challenges associated with funding with a view to overcoming them. These include improved data gathering mechanisms, embarking on annual needs assessment to identify specific areas of focus, Strategic Plan Development Community-based Management Committee involvement, among others.

The former Vice-Chancellor noted that the nation’s educational system was near collapse because the basic level is non-descript while the senior secondary and tertiary levels are in comatose and unstable, respectively.

To overcome the funding crisis, the don recommended an emergency plan in education funding for the next five years by tapping into new sources of funding, as well as taking the necessary legislative actions.

Some of the prescribed legislative actions are the introduction of a performance-based funding system, improvement in the internally generated revenue by helping institutions to attract foreign grants and the conversion of polytechnics into Universities of Technologies.

Earlier, the organiser of the conference and the Chairman, Senate Committee on Education, Senator Uche Chukwumerije, stated that the theme of the conference, Transforming Nigeria’s Education Sector: The Legislative Agenda, was chosen “to underscore the keen interest of the education committees to support the drive by all governments; federal and state, to transform their economies through the diversification of opportunities, restoration and expansion of essential infrastructure and efficient management of resources”.

The main outcome of the maiden conference, is to make the legislative committees on education to be united in their vision of the Nigerian education sector by generating appropriate synergy between States and National Committees.

Be Prepared for Leadership - FUNAABite Tasks Youths

Be Prepared for Leadership - FUNAABite Tasks Youths

A wake-up call has gone to youths to prepare themselves for leadership positions at all levels in order to make the positive changes the nation requires for development. Delivering a presentation at a 2-Day Studership 2.0 Leadership Summit held recently, the Team Leader, All for Development Foundation and a 400L Plant Physiology and Crop Protection (PPCP) student , Mr. Aanu Moronkeji, described leadership not as a position, rank, privilege, title or money, but pure responsibility.

According to him, the qualities of an effective leader include having basic intelligence, clear and strong values, high levels of personal energy, the ability and desire to grow constantly, vision, curiosity and a good memory. Alluding to the maxim which says, “the future has no shelf life”, future leaders will need a passion for continual learning, a refined, discerning ear for the moral and ethical consequences of their actions and an understanding of the purpose of work and human organisations”. He advised the youths to be mindful of their character as competence would get them to the top, while character would keep them there.

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Mr. Moronkeji added that the four things that stand leaders out are: having a clear idea of what they want to achieve and why. Secondly, leaders change the way people think and not just the way people do things, as well as living up to expectation when there is a crisis or special problem.

The Fellow of the M121 Social Leadership Academy, USA, demystified the ‘Studership’ word to be a combination of students and leadership.

Earlier, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Oyewole, who was represented by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic, Professor Toyin Arowolo, advised the youths of the country to be resilient, adding that they must accept the responsibility of leadership.

The Vice-Chancellor encouraged Nigerian youths to make the most of their leisure, taking advantage of their time to engage in productive programmes, instead of idling away.

In his Goodwill Message, the Ogun State Commissioner for Youth and Sports, Honourable Olugbenga Otenuga, who was represented by the Deputy Director, Youth Development, Mr. Salami Adetokunbo, commended the organisers for the well-organised summit.

Answering questions from FUNAAB Bulletin after the programme, one of the Participants, a member of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly, Ghana, Mr. Abdul Basit Osumanu, said “we face the same challenges of leadership in Africa. We have frustrated youths across Africa not trusting the leadership”. He, therefore, advised the youths saying “we need to trust whoever is leading us, adding that “the change we need should come from us”.

Also, Mr. Serge Kpoglo, a student at the University of Lome, Togo was elated to have been privileged to visit Nigeria for the first time and promised to share the knowledge gathered at the Summit with his colleagues back home.

Similarly, Mr. George Gambadatoun, a student at the National School of Applied Economics and Management, Cotonou, Republic of Benin, lauded the hospitality of Nigerians, a country he had visited thrice, saying that “I feel at home whenever I visit Nigeria”. He said his country shared a lot with Nigeria in terms of culture, dressing and language.

Engage Building Professionals to End Building Collapses - NIOB

This piece of advice was given during a parley recently held between the Management and the Nigerian Institute of Building (NIOB).
Stakeholders in the construction industry have been tasked to always use the services offered by building professionals, to guarantee the construction of durable buildings and end collapse of buildings in the country.

This piece of advice was given during a parley recently held between the Management and the Nigerian Institute of Building (NIOB).

He regretted that while the incident of collapse of buildings was increasing in the country, it is evident that most buildings do not adhere strictly to building specifications.

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Oyewole, represented at the occasion by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Development, Professor Felix Salako, reiterated the significance of building professionals in construction.

He further called for collective responsibility, noting that it is necessary for all stakeholders to increase awareness on why appropriate professionals and materials are essential in the construction of buildings.

Corroborating this position, a staff in the Department of Building, Covenant University and a pioneer lecturer at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Professor Tim Mosaku, described Building as a unique profession that is different from engineering when it comes to construction. He condemned the incessant collapse of buildings in countries like China, Malaysia etc, saying that it is rampant in Nigeria these days.

Mr. Lasabi decried the low level of awareness of the course in the nation’s higher institutions, noting that there are 19 Universities and three Polytechnics offering Building as a course. He advised that the University should take advantage of its vast potentials to join other Universities in the country to offer Building as a course of study.

The President of the Institute, Mr. Tunde Lasabi, said Building started as a profession in Great Britain in 1854 and later began in Nigeria in 1965. He added that the Ahmadu Bello University was the first University in Nigeria to offer Building as a full course in 1970, followed by the Obafemi Awolowo University and the University of Jos in 1979.

He added that Building is a specialised area of discipline and that when the hurdles of the process of NUC accreditation, human and material resources are passed; there is a likelihood of the College of Engineering being the anchor College.

According to him, “we are not averse to making progress, your visit to us has sensitised us to start to think in that line. With dedication, we shall succeed”.

The Vice-Chancellor however said that the University would not restrict itself in the areas of educational expansion, as it is open to run courses that are beneficial to the society.



The Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) is desirous of undertaking a Pre-qualification exercise and Tender submission for the under-listed projects. Consequently, the University wishes to invite reputable Contractors to indicate interest in the submission of Technical and Financial bids for the projects. The projects are as follows:




pre-qualification Fee


Deployment of Campus Wide Internet Coverage (cable and wireless) for the main campus and other Annexes of the University



Establishment of an adequate, modern and Secured Data Centre for the University to accommodate all servers rendering services to the University



Supply and Installation of Power Backup i.e Uninterrupted Power Solutions, Inverters, Solar Power systems to sustain all the components for the distribution of campus wide internet coverage and Data Centre



The specifications detailed below correspond to the minimum requirements of the equipment. Bidders are required to quote for superior components and products with comparable prices.




Wireless Access Point (WAP) Specifications


AP should support 802.3af PoE/ PoE+ ports with 10/100/1000BaseT capability.  Should have

dual radios to support IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n standards simultaneously in 2.4 and 5Ghz bands as

permitted by the regulatory body in Nigeria.


Both   ceiling   and   wall   mounting   options   should   be   available.   Should   also  have   mast

mounting for outdoor antennas.


Operating channels should be as allowed by the regulatory body in Nigeria.


The APs should support the following  data rates: 54Mbps, 48Mbps, 36Mbps, 24Mbps,

18Mbps, 12Mbps, 9Mbps, and 6Mbps and also 2 Mbps & 1 Mbps.


Transmit Power 1dbm or less increments  as per regulatory body in Nigeria


Environmental Specifications for Outdoor Wireless Access Points


Should withstand temperature in the range 10­40ºC


Should withstand relative humidity in the range 10­90% non condensing.


Should support storage and transportation temperature in the range of 0­60ºC.


Should have weather rating of IP66/IP67


The antenna should  have a transmit power of at least 20dBm

Note: the pre-qualified Contractors should include one (1) year comprehensive warranty for each of the items to be supplied.


Capable of Handling AP Quantity



Redundant controller capable of supporting at  least 2000 access

points even in a situation in which 50% of the controller has failed.

Wireless Access


Access points (Dual Radio Dual Band) with

Access Point mounting kit and power adapter.




Installation and configuration of controller and AP 1 R4


Comprehensive AMC for three (3) years. (Four hours response time   with   99%   uptime   commitment. This   should   be available on  24x7 basis).

All Power backup solutions


(i) The University Main campus has an area size of about 10,000Ha circumference with a population of about eighteen (18) thousand.

(ii) Annex (A) INHURD has an area of about 3Ha circumference with a population of about five (5) thousand and it is 12.7 km away from the main campus.

(iii) Other annexes are located around and between the main campus and Annex (A) with an average distance of about 3 - 4km.


Contractors are hereby requested to indicate their interest in participating in the Pre-qualification and Tender exercise. Only Tenders submitted by qualified Contractors shall be opened.


To be considered, potential companies are required to submit their tender in accordance with the above specifications for the works. Intending Contractors must submit all the under-listed verifiable documents for the purpose of pre-qualification:

1. Evidence of Payment of non-refundable pre-qualification fee.

2. Evidence of company registration with Corporate Affairs Commission.

3. Certified true copy of Memorandum and Articles of Association of the company with CAC07.

4. Corporate profile, to include list, CVs, and copies of Credentials of company and technical staff, indicating

qualifications and year(s) of cognate experience and registration with necessary professional bodies.

5. Evidence of payment of tax for the last three (3) years duly stamped.

6. Copy of VAT registration and evidence of past VAT remittances for completed projects.

7. Current Company's audited Statement of Accounts duly stamped by a registered Auditor.

8. Evidence of compliance with Pension Commission (PENCOM) and Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act.

9. Original Bank Statement for the past Twelve Months.

10. Bank Reference from reputable Bank with evidence of overdraft Facilities of at least Fifty Million Naira,

and cash at Bank of at least Fifty Million Naira (N50m).

11. Verifiable evidence of similar jobs successfully executed or being executed within the last Five (5)

years, indicating type, cost, location and evidence of award and completion.

12. List of equipment to be used for the projects, listed as owned, hired or leased, with evidence.

13. Company's registered address, functional contact address, GSM phone number(s) and e-mail addresses.

14. Reference letters from Three (3) previous clients of similar projects, satisfactorily completed. The completed project must consist of a minimum of 50 access points during the period.

15. Original copies of documents would be requested to be made available for sighting whenever required.

16. A sworn Affidavit certifying that: the documents submitted for the pre-qualification exercise are not only genuine but correct the Director(s) seeking for pre-qualification have never been convicted by any court of law

the company is not bankrupt

none of the Officers of FUNAAB or BPP is a former or present Director of the company

For further inquiries, please contact the Director, ICT Resource Centre at International Scholars and Resource Centre, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB).


The pre-qualification and tender documents arranged in the order listed above are to be submitted in A4 size, paged and neatly bound and sealed in two separate envelopes indicating either pre-qualification or tender document as appropriate, project title and name of Company. Intending Contractors are to submit four (4) copies of pre-qualification documents and one (1) copy of tender document. The pre-qualification and tender documents bound separately in two different envelopes are to be sealed in one big envelope marked ''SECRET – Pre-qualification and Tender for…'' (Quoting the appropriate project's name boldly written on the top right hand corner of the envelope) and delivered to:

The Head, Procurement Unit

Room A136, Unity Building 'A'

Federal University of Agriculture,

P.M.B. 2240, Abeokuta, Ogun State.

To reach him not later than Tuesday 22nd October, 2013 at 12.00 noon.


The Tender documents will be opened on Tuesday 22nd October, 2013 at 12.00 noon same day at Senate Chamber of the University.


This invitation is for Pre-qualification and tender for the projects.

Failure to comply with the above requirements would automatically result in disqualification.

The University reserves the right to verify the authenticity of any claim made on the Pre-qualification documents submitted by companies.

The University reserves the right to reject any pre-qualification documents and is neither committed nor obliged to give reasons for the rejection of any of the companies responding to this invitation.

The tenders of the pre-qualified contractors for the projects would be opened.


Mr. Mathew O. Ayoola (JP)

FUNAAB gets Video Conferencing Software

The National Universities Commission has developed a Software Package; Nigerian Research and Educational Network (NgRen), which interconnects all the Universities in the country.

The package is a video conferencing platform that allows for the exchange of research and educational exploits amongst  Universities.

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