Nigeria has a higher education crisis. Last year alone, about 380,000 domestic university applicants did not get a place - and population trends suggest that the problem is not going to get better on its own. Put simply, demand isn’t just higher than supply - it is dwarfing it. Chris Parr reports on the country's bid to tackle its capacity issue.
The Netherlands ambassador to Nigeria Robert Petri has called for young Nigerians to consider studying abroad and to take advantage of affordable English language-taught courses in Dutch universities and colleges.