JAMB US-based education researcher solves UTME problems
Dr Peter Ogudoro develops education model which willpotentially end JAMB UTME issues in the country.
UK-based Education Researcher, Dr Peter Ogudoro,
has carried out a 3-year intensive research with
results that will potentially resolve the problems
JAMB UTME poses to youths in Nigeria.
The research reportedly conducted in Europe and Nigeria has
aided Ogudoro to develop a model for better access to higher
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According to Fast Education , the model will give over a million
additional candidates access to higher education annually
while saving Nigeria over a trillion Naira annually in cost of
public and foreign education.
Dr Ogudoro who is a Development Educationist and Career
Management Expert explained that the development and
execution of the research were self-funded as his contribution
to the development of the country.
In his news release, Dr Ogudoro also indicated that the full
benefits of his research can be harnessed if the country’s
parliament worked hand in hand with the Federal Ministry of
education in implementing new education and labour laws/
The news release began with an annual secondary school
graduation rate of about 2 million and population gain of
about 5 million annually.
According to the release, a failure to innovate access to
higher education in Nigeria in the immediate future could
result in socio-economic and political consequences from
which the country would be unable to recover.
Dr Ogudoro stated that without education, training and
employment for youths, they would constitute a powder keg
wherever they find themselves in the world.
He also observed that the level of Nigeria’s multi-
dimensionality makes the situation even more potentially
Dr Ogudoro emphasised that the implementation of the model
produced by his research has the potential to assist Nigeria in
developing to a significant level so much so that the human
capital will put the country on a fast track to development.
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According to him, these research findings were benefited from
data he collected from 17 institutions in Europe and Nigeria
including 9 professional bodies and 3 public education
agencies in Nigeria, all of which participated in the study.