NASSWatch: Federal Polytechnic Ikom Bill Scales Second Reading

In Breaking News, Education, Reports

By Jonathan Ugbal

A bill seeking to establish the Federal Polytechnic Ikom in Cross River State has been read for the second time on the floor of the Nigerian Senate.

The bill with number SB. 672 is sponsored by the Senator representing the central senatorial district, John Owan-Enoh.

It was read for the second time on Tuesday during plenary.

The first reading was done in April.

And, Mr. Owan-Enoh had said the bill was in furtherance to his commitment in education and to his constituency.

The Polytechnic, according to the long name of the bill is expected to provide full time courses in technology, applied science management and other fields of studies as well as make provisions for the general administration of the polytechnic and other matters connected therewith.

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