The Vice-Chancellor Chancellor, College of Abuja, Prof. Abdul-Rasheed Na-Allah, says the organization has gone extreme on teachers physically bugging understudies, as two teachers had been excused for the offense.
Na’Allah told the News Organization of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in New York that the college had presented a strategy on sex maltreatment nearby, which had been distributed.
Na-Allah, who was on a two-day visit to the U.S., to meet with the College of Abuja Graduated class Affiliation, USA section, to request support for the foundation, said, “female understudies should have been secured.”
As per him, the organization is focused on high upright principles and won’t endure any demonstration of wrongdoing executed by its staff against understudies.
“I have excused two teachers since I turned into the bad habit chancellor. It lets you know how we don’t generally mess around with the issue of inappropriate behavior.
“We are teaming up for certain Non-Legislative Associations (NGOs), to ensure that us are resolving this issue, yet we have serious areas of strength for a.
“We can’t permit the existences of our understudies to be annihilated, in light of the fact that the greater part of the maltreatments obliterate the existences of their casualties.”
The bad habit chancellor said: “it was miserable to see a few speakers, who should be safeguarding the female understudies, becoming one of their concerns.
“This an issue of colleges in Nigeria, not just College of Abuja alone.
“Be that as it may, UniAbuja is seeking after it with power, since, we realize this is one of the issues to address to make our college truly outstanding in Nigeria.
“As I talk now, there are a few examinations continuous by a board set up, resolving the issue,” he told NAN.
The VC said that the college was working nonstop to ensure the organization become number one in Nigeria, adding that “the most effective way is to enhance scholastics of the understudy.
“We are attempting to give every one of the offices that the understudies need, for example, the brilliant study halls, web offices nearby and different regions.”
Na-Allah further said that the Middle for Distance Learning (CDL), in the college was among the best in Nigeria, adding that Nigerians in diaspora could take programs anyplace on the planet from the middle basically.
“Individuals from wherever on the planet are understudies from first degree up to PhD level at the CDL. Things are simpler now; you might actually do your guard on zoom.
“We have made a virtual homeroom framework and we are working with the Public College Commission (NUC), to see that its strategies are switched in such a manner to help virtual framework.
“We are working together with the College of Arizona, U.S, in light of the fact that it has an enormous virtual framework and we are investigating relationship for online projects with the college,” he said.
The College of Abuja is a tertiary foundation in the Nigerian capital, Abuja, laid out in January 1988, as a double mode College, with the order to run ordinary and distance learning programs.