#EDUCATION: Muslim Community Centre Establishes University In Abuja
A strict association, Muslim Community Center (MCC), Abuja, has proposed the foundation of Monumental University, Bwari, Abuja.
In an announcement, an individual from MCC’s University Planning Committee (UPL), Prof. Ismail Junaidu, said archives on the inside’s plan for the improvement of the private college were submitted to the Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC), Prof. Abubakar Adamu Rasheed, on July 8, in Abuja by the Chairman of UPL, Prof. Ismaila A. Tsiga.
Prof. Junaidu said the middle proposed the foundation “thinking about its involvement with the arrangement of instructive administrations to the overall population, especially in the FCT, and cognisant of its commitment to satisfy the current need for advanced education with solid good viewpoints in Nigeria.”
The choice to set up the college was taken in 2012, and from that point, UPC was shaped to deal with the vital modalities, including how to meet the prerequisites of NUC.
He stated, “Up until this point, the MCC has procured 100 hectares, just as prepared and acquired the official Certificate of Occupancy (CofO) for the dispensed land”, including that the Academic Brief, Master Plan and the University Law had been created.
As per the announcement, MCC was set up in November, 1991, as an enrolled relationship by a gathering of concerned Muslims who tried to build up a social and extensive instructive community for all Muslims.
It has an endorsed constitution, Board of Trustees (BOT) and administering board, which make approaches and manage its activities. The individuals originate from proficient foundations: the scholarly community, fund, design, building, among others, who are largely chips in and don’t get compensation for their administrations.
The MCC prior established the main Islamic-based optional school, Fou’ad Lababidi Islamic Academy, in the FCT in 1995, which has in excess of 1,000 students enlisted into its five schools and other learning programs.