“We Have Not Increased Tertiary Institution School Fees in Bayelsa”Latest News, News Across Nigeria, News From The State Tuesday, April 10th, 2018
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(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Registrars and Bursars of state-owned tertiary institutions in Bayelsa State have said that the leadership of the six tertiary institutions have not increased schools fees.
The declaration by the registrars and the bursars have laid to rest the widespread rumour that the management of the Niger Delta University had increased tuition fees in the institution.
The bursars and the registrars made the clarification in a meeting presided over by the Chief of Staff Government House, Rt. Hon. Talford Ongolo, which was also attended by the Commissioner for Education, Hon. Jonathan Obuebite, his Labour, Employment and Productivity counterpart, Chief Collins Cocordia and the Commissioner for Information, Mr. Daniel Iworiso-Markson, on Tuesday
They bursars and registrars who expressed shock at the wild rumour stated further that their records showed that students were paying what was paid in the last academic session.
Meanwhile, the Bayelsa State Government on Tuesday restated its committed to the full implementation of the ongoing public sector reforms in the state.
The Commissioner for Education, Hon. Jonathan Obuebite, made the comment during the meeting with registrars and bursars of state-owned tertiary institutions in Yenagoa on Tuesday.
Obuebite stressed that the government would ensure a thorough implementation of the reforms in the tertiary institutions across the state.
He commended the bursars for making what he described satisfactory presentations on the situations in their respective schools especially on the issue of school fees and members of staff affected by the reforms.
Obuebite said that while the government would sustain the policy of giving subventions to the schools, the institutions were also enjoying the necessary encouragement to boost their internally generated revenue in order to make them more independent.
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