The Students’ Soludarity Group against tuition fee hike on Thursday, reject the newly reverse school fees urging the management to comply with the practical terms.
Recall UNILAG management held a meeting with the executives of the NANS and other faculty members on Thursday evening, September 14th, 2023 to evaluate the reversal of the tuition fees.
Objectv Media reports that the management of the University of Lagos on Friday, September 15th, 2023 announced the reduction of its fees after meeting the representatives of the National Association of Nigerian Students accompanied by top officers of the Association and UNILAG Faculty leaders drawn from nine faculties of the University and College of Medicine.”
The student group alleges that the school management failed to comply with the practical terms.
According to one of them, “The UNILAG Management has started issuing refund forms to students that were forced by different circumstances to pay the hiked fees.
“While the move is welcomed, I just want to remind them that 20k here, 5k there, 3k somewhere-kind of reduction is not what we are fighting for. They should be ready to refund more, because these fees must be reverted to status quo ante.
“I thought you all said no one can challenge Authorities and win. That’s by the side though, because we are not done.
“350k went back to 25k in LASU, 2013. It’s about to repeat itself in UNILAG. The students will rise and defend their interests.
“Sadly, the people don’t know the power they have.”
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