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  • NANS rejects introduction of the admission screening fee of #2500

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    Ilori Emmanuel
    08-07-2016 14:09:00 +0000

    The National Association of Nigerian Students has rejected kicked the introduction of the admission screening fee of N2,500 by the Federal Government through the Ministry of Education. Mr Gbenga Ayenuro, the NANS Vice President, said this in a statement made available to newsmen in Akure on Friday. “NANS, which has been, and will always be, at the forefront of any and every kind of exploitation of Nigerian students in any guise was relieved by the recent ban on post- UTME. “As it was a long overdue decision to end the exploitation of prospectively- Nigerian students seeking admission. “And it was a policy that endeared the Federal Government to the hearts of Nigerian masses; it was widely jubilated and welcomed by all concerned stakeholders in the Nigerian education sector,” he said. According to him, it is surprising, appalling, anti-masses and unethical, for the federal government to submit to pressure from the heads of tertiary institutions by introducing the post-UTME screening fee. He noted that the policy somersault was tantamount to the government being insensitive to the growing economic meltdown being experienced by parents and guardians of prospective students all over the country. Ayenuro said that NANS viewed the introduction of the post-UTME screening fee as another way of extorting and exploiting potential students. He alleged that it was another avenue of enriching management of various tertiary institutions across the length and breadth of Nigeria. “Nigerian students can no longer keep mute in the face of the general hardship confronting the Nigerian masses. “Our parents and guardians have become incapable of sending us stipends for our upkeep let alone of paying for our tuition fees. “The food and provision stores in all our various campuses are undergoing abysmally low patronage from students due to the ever increasing high price tag of virtually all commodities. “We cannot continue to keep mute while our future is being mortgaged and short changed by this present administration,’’ he alleged. Ayenuro therefore issued a three-working day ultimatum to the ministry to reverse its decision on imposition of post-UTME screening fee as the most important stakeholder in the Nigerian education sector. He said that failure to reverse the new policy would result in a peaceful protest at the Ministry of Education, Abuja, at a date to be announced. (NAN)

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  • Motowon Godsgift

    ahaha what's this now today right 2mao left am jus sick and tired of this mess

    4 08-07-2016 14:15:00 +0000

  • Gloria Alex

    which one dem want mk we follow

    4 08-07-2016 14:16:00 +0000

  • Kehinde Micheal

    May God save us from dis our leaders o

    4 08-07-2016 14:17:00 +0000

  • Motowon Godsgift

    I tried OOOO

    4 08-07-2016 14:18:00 +0000

  • Benita Nneka


    4 08-07-2016 14:19:00 +0000

  • hikmah oyinlola

    why are the ones concerned sitting on the "fence"on this issue , for weeks now?? so indecisive...

    4 08-07-2016 14:20:00 +0000

  • Motowon Godsgift

    funny enough their kids are in us studying ooi

    4 08-07-2016 14:22:00 +0000

  • ayuba olalekan

    may God just leads us through, coz am utterly tried,ooo

    4 08-07-2016 14:30:00 +0000

  • Steven Ani

    There is contention in leadership, and wherever there is contention there is always confusion and disharmony. Let us all be praying for Nigeria. Because when two elephants are fighting.......

    4 08-07-2016 14:31:00 +0000

  • Motowon Godsgift

    the progeny suffer it ooo my brother

    4 08-07-2016 14:37:00 +0000