Six in ten respondents in a Daily Trust survey rejected the idea that Nigeria graduates should return to school for a year.
It was reported in May that State Secretary for Education, Anthony Anwukah, suggested during a two-day retreat for governing councils from federal universities in Abuja that graduates return to school for an additional year of study. He went on to say that this is being considered, as many college graduates are not good enough to be employed by the industry.
A total of 336 participants participated in the survey, which ended on May 28, 2018, on the Daily Trust website
Sixty percent make 201 respondents who said Nigeria graduates should not return to school for a year. However, 117 respondents, who made up 35 percent, agreed with the minister that Nigeria alumni should go back to school, while 18 respondents did that 5 percent were "indifferent".
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