UNILAG Students Protest N30,000 Late Registration Feeeducation, Featured, Latest News Friday, June 6th, 2014
Angry students of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) disrupted activities within the institution as they protested vehemently against the N30,000 late registration fee imposed on the students by the management of the school.
The students brave the heavy rainfall in the day to protest what they called outrageous fee when their normal school fee is N15,000.
There was traffic gridlock outside the school premises as the students came outside the school to protest.
The students said it was unjust for the management to ask them to pay N30,000 for late registration which quite doubled the fees being charged by the school.
Management of the institution, however, said the problem had been settled, saying that
The portal of the University remained open and available for students to access.
A statement from the Information Unit of UNILAG said add and delete forms continued to be free on the University Portal, adding that the school’s examination had been shifted by one week adding that “examination now starts on June 30, 2014.”
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