Are fees the best way forward Nigeria’s universities?

By Jon Spaull     The University of Ibadan in Nigeria is “emblematic of the crisis of the Nigerian state”, argues the institution’s vice-chancellor, Abel Idowu Olayinka, in this video interview. The University of Ibadan opened in 1948 as a small African outpost of London University, with just 104 students. Over the past 70 years, …

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