More photos from the protest staged by Nnamdi Azikiwe University Students against school fees hike. Reports have it that the students just want to be able to school in peace and at a very decent rate, thereby asking the authorities to revert fee prices to how they were before the current Vice Chancellor, Charles Okechukwu Esimone took over.
It's really unfortunate to see how the educational system is being operated and how Federal universities fees are starting to look like that of State Universities, UNIZIK's school fees has been increased from around N21,000 to N55,000. Which also brings us to a very big question, why is the school fees of Federal Universities in the South East costlier than that of other regions?
The protests against increment in school fees began today as the student of NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY (UNIZIK), have been trying to get the school to reduce the amount of the fees and the double collection of accreditation fees. However, the school management had refuted allegations that it increased fees.
Photo Credit: Unizik Aproko
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