Assent Bill On HND/BSc Dichotomy, NAPS Tells Tinubu

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National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPS) has urged President Bola Tinubu to assent to the “Bill for an Act to Abolish and Prohibit Dichotomy and Discrimination between Bachelor Degree (BSc) and Higher National Diploma (HND)”.

NAPS made the plea yesterday during a peaceful protest to drive home their demand for the prohibition of the dichotomy through the signing into law of the act by the president before May 29, 2024.
Addressing the rally, the NAPS Senate president, Temitope Adeniji, urged that having assented to many bills the President should consider the HND/BSc dichotomy bill, which has already been passed by the 9th Assembly.

He said, “We are here today to send a signal to our father, President Tinubu, to append a Presidential signature to this bill and end the HND/BSc dichotomy before May 29th 2024.
“We observed that the President has been assenting many bills, but the HND/Bsc dichotomy act hasn't been attended to.


While addressing the protester at the executive chambers, the Deputy Governor, Kola Adewusi, commended the students for comporting themselves in a peaceful and organised manner, adding that their demand has been heard and through Governor Adeleke, necessary steps will be taken to address their demands.

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