The Provost, Federal College of Education Technical (FCET) Gusau, has expressed worry over the sharp drop in the number of students’ enrollment in the institution.
This was disclosed in Gusau, the State capital, by the provost of the school, Dr, Umar Bello during an event organized by the Department of Hausa to celebrate the Degree graduands of the Department, held at Kabir DanBaba Hall of the College.
Bello lamented that less than 400 students were matriculated this year, which was very sad compared to Katsina and Kano States Colleges of Education that matriculated over 7000 students this year.
The provost urged the wealthy individuals in the State to assist the youths to further their education who were handicapped by finance.
He commended the Federal Government for the construction of more classrooms, hostels and access roads in the College.
He also commended the graduands, urging them to be good ambassadors of the institution wherever they found themselves.