UNIMED Ondo closed to avert students protest against Hike in fee

UNIMED Ondo closed to avert students protest against Hike in fee

UNIMED Ondo closed to avert students protest against Hike in fee

 

Management of the University of medical sciences, Ondo,UNIMED, in Ondo state on Tuesday directed all returning students to vacate the schools over what it described as postponement of academic session.

ROVING REPORTERS however gathered that the school took the urgent decision stop a planned protest by the students of University against sudden increase in their school fees by the state government.

The PDP had also come out strongly to criticise the state government alleging governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of killing education sector in the state.

According to the opposition party in the state “Medical students have to pay as much as N1,320,000.00 as against N515,000.00 payable in the previous academic session (2020/2021).”

In a circular addressed to the staff and students of the institution,.and signed by Ezekiel Adeniran for the school’s registrar said “This is to inform all staff and students of the University of medical sciences, Ondo that the University management on behalf of the Senate has approved that the resumption date for the 2021 /2022 academic session for all returning students  of the University be postponed indefinitely.

Therefore by this circular, all returning students are directed to vacate University campus and their respective Halls of residence within the next 48 hours (I.e Thursday 11th November, 2021).

Please note that the University management will not hesitate to invoke necessary sections on any students who defies this directive.

A new date will be communicated as appropriate. ”

 

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