The Mission and Challenge of West African Universities
by Sir Eric Asby - 1962
The prime task of universities in West Africa is to become West African universities. Already certain functions are evident. These are (1) to maintain an unswerving loyalty to international standards of scholarship, (2) to assume responsibility for providing the men who will build nations in West Africa and to be willing to act for a generation or more as a spearhead of change in the community while remaining disengaged from politics, and (3) to integrate themselves into West African society.
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