Nigerian universities built by Churches – In Nigeria, many churches are into the educational sector, so it is not strange to see churches build schools, either primary schools, secondary or even institutions of higher learning. What is strange however is the fact that most of these institutions which turn out to be private universities, turn around and charge fees that are well out of the reach of the average Nigerian.
So what then happens is that church members whose tithes and offerings went into the building of the universities will not be able in the long run to afford to send their children to those schools.
7. Madonna university
Madonna university is a private catholic university in Nigeria. It was founded on May 10, 1999 in Okija, Anambra state. In Madonna, medicine students pay as much as N925,000in their first year’s first semester alone.
In the second semester they pay N575,000, which brings the total they pay in their first year to about N1,490,000.