The Federal Government has redesigned Anambra College of Agriculture to an undeniable polytechnic, Prof. Theresa Obiekezie, Anambra Commissioner for Tertiary Education, Science and Technology, has said.



Obiekezie talked on Thursday in Awka, while protecting her service’s 2020 spending plan before; the State House of Assembly Committee on Tertiary Education.

She said that Anambra college the service began seeking after the accreditation since 2017.


“After numerous long periods of commitment, I am satisfied to report to you that the Federal Government through the National Board for; Technical Education, has; affirmed and licensed the Anambra State Monotechnic, Mgbakwu, to an undeniable polytechnic.”

She said that the school used; to be Anambra State College of Agriculture, until January 2017, when Gov. Willie Obiano affirmed the overhaul and charged the service to guarantee it turns into an undeniable polytechnic, NAN reports.

“With this accreditation, the school is relied upon to extended and assemble new labor ability to meet the developing elements of the time, just as; plan for the normal development of the workforce.”

The Chairperson, House Committee on Tertiary Education, Beverly Ikpeazu-Nkemdiche, portrayed training as key to progress and improvement of the individual and the general public.

She lauded the service for getting the accreditation and focused on the requirement for elevated expectation of learning in the polytechnic.

“The House Committee will keep on advancing tertiary training through positive enactment.

“We will do oversight capacities to guarantee that arrangements that will advance elevated requirement of learning in our; establishments are; executed,” Ikpeazu-Nkemdiche said.