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Kaduna Business School to NUC, We’re Not Illegal Tertiary Institution

Kaduna Business School (KBS) on of the Leading Tertiary Institutions in Kaduna State has told the National Universities Commission (NUC) That it is not operating an illegal tertiary institution.

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Kaduna Business School (KBS) on of the Leading Tertiary Institutions in Kaduna State has told the National Universities Commission (NUC) That it is not operating an illegal tertiary institution.

KBS is licensed by the federal ministry of education under the supervision of the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) as an innovation and enterprise institution.

In a statement issued by the Rector of the school Dr. Dahiru Sani, he expressed his concern that the commission unfairly listed KBS with other institutions for convenience in order to dent an outstanding school with impeccable accreditation credentials and well recognized nationally and in global academic circles as a reputable citadel of excellence.

The NUC recently listed Kaduna Business School among illegal tertiary institutions in the country.

The institution, however, said the NUC should provide the parameters used in categorizing the school as the NBTE that accredited the school did not ask the NUC to take over its oversight functions.

The Institution has asked the NUC to tender an unreserved apology to Kaduna Business School and requested that it be published in all the media Outlets that was used in the release of the illegal institution list within two weeks.

The Statement

Our notice has been drawn to the list of illegal tertiary institutions released by the National Universities Commission (NUC) in which Kaduna Business School (KBS) was purportedly mentioned. We would like to believe that its inclusion in the publication was an error based on wrong information or total ignorance about the school rather than a deliberate misinformation designed to mislead the public and malign the hard-earned reputation that we painstakingly nurtured.

Whatever the motivation for labeling the school “illegal”, it is inexcusable for a national regulatory agency of the standing of NUC to rush to conclusion and make a very questionable judgment on an issue of such great importance without empirical research, verifiable facts or authenticated proof in an exercise that clearly lacks intellectual depth.