There have been remarks that institutions of higher learning have become places of radical ethnic politics. At one point, ethnic based violence and politically motivated killing became common.
Quality of education is another victim of ethnic politics. A recent report indicated that over 80 percent of University students failed the exit exam that was prepared to assess their knowledge related to the field of study they studied.
Professor Berhanu Nega, leader of EZEMA and Minister for Education, reflected on the problem during an interview with state media – EBC. As opposed to the very concept of University, Ethiopian Universities have become village (he used it in a sense to reflect parochialism) institutions.
Watch his interview below
Video : embedded from EBC YouTube channel
Cover photo : screenshot from the video
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