This study identifies and ranks the individuals who should be higher educational students friendly in order to enhance effective educational goals achievement in Nigeria. Significantly, policy makers, administrators and staff would be equipped to efficiently use available resources. Research questions, hypothesis, literature review, document analysis and questionnaire were used. Of the 284 tertiary educational institutions, 10.56% was randomly selected covering the six geopolitical zones and Abuja. It discovered 16 individuals and no significant difference between students and staff rankings. It concludes that the identification and rankings is a panacea for consanguinity and educational goals achievement since all educational levels are symbiotically related. Hence, recommends appropriate involvement of the ranked individuals in the managerial affairs of Nigerian higher educational institutions.
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