FUTMINNA Asks Us To Pay 15,000 COVID-19 Contributions – Students Charges
Technology, Minna, Niger, said school authorities have asked students for a COVID-19 quota of $ 15,000.
Speaking to SaharaReporters on Sunday, the student, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the institution’s student union government had warned students against paying fees.
He said this development angered the school’s leadership and suspended reconstruction plans afterwards.
He said: “FUTMINNA has decided to suspend all plans to resume academic activities due to a dispute between the school senate and the LDS over the N15,000 COVID-19 quota proposed by the school senate.
“The LDS said that none of us should pay money. Eighty percent of students have recovered, but the school keeps students in the dark about plans for recovery. The school is closed for academic activities.
“The Vice-Chancellor was invited to the TV channel for an interview on the renewal of the shot, and he said that there are plans, but all this is a lie. They insist on money. “
When SaharaReporters contacted the school’s registrar, Amos Kolo, he said there was nothing better than a COVID-19 quota and confirmed that academic activities had yet to resume.
Said, “Who told you? There is nothing better than COVID-19 tariff. “
Source: – Sahara Reporter.