LAUTECH tuition hike: NANS says it will not tolerate oppression of students
LAUTECH tuition hike: NANS says it will not tolerate opression of students
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), has warned that it would not tolerate any oppression of students of higher institutions, including any hike of school fees.
The group which gave the warning, Saturday in a statement jointly signed its chairman, Moronkola Abiola and National Public Relations Officer, Bestman Okereafor, appealed to the Oyo State Government not to increase tuition fee at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso. under the present economic situation.
The officials said that the leadership of the association is set to mediate matters confronting the students in the institution. They described the alleged planned high fee increase as unjust
[penci_blockquote style=”style-2″ align=”none” author=””]“The general public should remember that LAUTECH was under lock and key for two years as a result of workers’ agitation for payment of salary and incentives.[/penci_blockquote]
“This is not excluding the issue of alleged planned increments in school fees, ranging from N250,000 to N300,000 based on the discipline.
“The general public should remember that LAUTECH was under lock and key for two years as a result of workers’ agitation for payment of salary and incentives.[penci_related_posts taxonomies=”undefined” title=”Online Related Posts” background=”” border=”” thumbright=”no” number=”4″ style=”grid” align=”none” displayby=”recent_posts” orderby=”random”]
“It is therefore unfair to risk any further alteration in the university’s academic calendar as a result of this planned tuition fee hike.
“That is why we pray it does not happen,” the statement read.
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