National Director of NIFES, Mr Rex Onuh, in his address, said given the human and intellectual resources available with the Fellowship, and the experience garnered over 50 years of ministry, NIFES could be of tremendous help to government as a committed partner in combating some of the social ills presently plaguing campuses and the larger Nigerian society.
He added that NIFES was fully equipped to work alongside parents, government and other critical stakeholders in the driver for spiritual and social rebirth and the search for transformation in the tertiary education in Nigeria.
The qualities make NIFES an ideal partner for X-Genics and both groups look forward to forging a solid partnership.
In addition to Health & Safety assessments and Property Appraisal surveys, NIFES provides assistance with risk assessments (including fire, legionella, COSHH and workplace risk assessment).
The news conference was addressed by the National Director of NIFES, Mr Rex Onuh and the Chairman Central Working Committee NIFES @50, Professor Sam Ale, who also was a former Director-General of National Mathematical Centre, Abuja.
Speaking in the same vein, the NIFES Director, Rex Onuh, called on both the Federal Government and ASUU to come together to resolve the issues once and for all in the interest of Nigerian students who are the future leaders that the strike has put their lives in jeopardy.