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EKSU Ado Ekiti Orders Two-Week Suspension of Academic Activities

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Ekiti Varsity Suspends Academic Activities Over Students’ Protest

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Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, has suspended academic activities for two weeks following a protest by students over high school fees and late registration fees.

The Vice Chancellor, Professor Edward Olanipekun, approved the suspension on behalf of the university’s Senate.

The protest resulted in the main gate of the institution being locked, and the Ado Ekiti-Iworoko highway being barricaded.

The university has ordered all students to vacate the campus premises immediately and not return for the next two weeks.

The Deputy Vice Chancellor Academics, Professor Ayodele Babatope, stated that the crisis was due to students’ refusal to comply with the directive to register early for academic activities.

Late registration fees were reduced from N10,000 to N5,000 after the leadership of the Students Union Government appealed to the management for a reduction.

The university alleges that some of the students who were yet to pay the fees were behind the protest.

This article was updated 1 month ago


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