Authors : Samsun Ikenna Nwaodo, Shettima Abuubaida Abdullahi, Umar Muhammad Ahmad, Nwahunanya Innocent, Shittu Aliyu Rotimi, Youdiowei Budouaki Terry, Peter Emeje Attah, Zakari Abdulkadir and Mukoro Ejovwokode Edward
Abstract: The study investigated the study of inclusive funding through public private partnership (PPP), for addressing infra structural deficit in welding and fabrication in technical colleges in Nigeria. The study was descriptive design. The population of the study was two thousand and seventy (2,070) technical staff of welding and fabrication in Nigerian Technical Colleges. One hundred and twenty technical teachers were randomly selected through stratified random sampling techniques as sample of the study. The researchers developed instrument titled: Public Private Partnership (PPP), for Addressing Infra structural Deficit in Welding and Fabrication in Technical Colleges Questionnaire. (PPPAIDWFTCQ). The instrument was validated by three experts from industrial technical education, one from department of public administration and local government and two from educational measurement and evaluation in University of Nigeria Nsukka. The Cronbach Alpha Reliability Coefficient of the test instrument was used to determine the reliability coefficient of 0.90, is obtained which were indicates that the instrument was reliable for the study. The data collected was analyzed in line with the research questions and mean and standard deviation was used. A mean of 2.50 and above will be considered Agreed, below that were considered not agreed. The mean gain was used to answer research questions with the used of Statistical Package for Social Sciences SPSS (Vision, 22). Recommendation: The Nigerian government should endeavor to keep these programed running beyond the administration that initiated them in as much as they remain relevant and meet needs. They should not be scarified on the altar of political gerrymandering which is the trade-mark of Nigerian politics.
Samsun Ikenna Nwaodo, Shettima Abuubaida Abdullahi, Umar Muhammad Ahmad, Nwahunanya Innocent, Shittu Aliyu Rotimi, Youdiowei Budouaki Terry, Peter Emeje Attah, Zakari Abdulkadir and Mukoro Ejovwokode Edward, 2021. A Study of Inclusive Findings Through Public Private Partnership (PPP), for Addressing Infra Structural Deficit in Welding and Fabrication in Technical Colleges in Nigeria. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 20: 220-224.