The suspension of the
operational licence of Lead City
University, Ibadan has been
lifted by the National Universities
Commission.
The commission however
insisted that it will continue to
monitor what it describes as “the
implementation of the agreed
actions in respect of the
outcomes of the forensic audit
report”.
In a letter signed by the NUC’s
director of Quality Assurance,
Professor C.F. Mafianu, and
addressed to the university
authorities, the NUC stated that
the action is to take effect from
the 18th of September 2012.
It was also stated in the letter
that the regulatory body will not
hesitate to impose appropriate
sanctions should there be
further observed breaches.
The NUC had earlier in the year
suspended the operational
license of seven private tertiary
institutions but in August
restored the license of three of
the universities.
The affected universities were
Madonna University, Okija;
Achiever’s University, Owo; and
Tansian University, Umunya.
Others listed by the commission
are Caritas University, Amorji-
Nike, Enugu, Lead City University,
Ibadan, and Joseph Ayo Babalola
University, (JABU), Ikeji- Arakeji,
Osun

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