Students Moved out of their Hostels, School Premises, as protest continues, Courses Remained Suspended.Just as we,(NigeriaOpenUniversity) promised, we will continue to keep you up to date with latest Nigeria school news.Well, the latest news on our desk right now is that the student of Uniabuja has hitch up their protest by vacating the school premises and promise to stop paying their fees if the school management refuse to adhere to them and solve the suspended course issue.The University of Abuja students have been asked to vacate the university premises, following a protest which the students carried out to show the school management their disappointment in the suspension of four professional courses in the institution.below are the four course suspended.1. Medicine.2. Veterinary medicine.3. Engineering.4. Agriculture.The students, however, took to the streets knowing that this action by the NUC on authority by the Federal Government, will not enable them to graduate.There have been several arguments that the students should not pay their fees, due to the incapability of the school management to provide the necessary facilities needed for accreditation of the four course suspended.So why should they pay their fees when it's not used for their good?NUC, have clarified that the courses in the school had not been banned, but is only suspended.However, till date, no actions has been taken to standardize that the course are banned.But only suspended.Previous Article by NigeriaOpenUniversity. 1. Report from Akanu Polytechnic: Akanu Ibiam Polytechnic to Begin her 2nd Semester on 9th April 2012.2. Kebbi state University, (KSUSTA) will begin her 2011/2012 2nd semester on 9th of April 2012.
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