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PHOTOS: No school fees No exam policy, ESUT students protest.

Confusion in Enugu as ESUT students disrupts exams protest.

ESUT Students On A Peaceful Protest At Government House Enugu to Let their Plight know

First semester exams started yesterday and many students were driven out of the exam hall due to the inability of the payment of their school fees.

The students made a protest to force the school administration to stop executing the No school fees No Exams policy because of the hardship in the country that made their parents unable to pay their  school fees on time. They promised to pay it as soon as possible  but want the school authority to allow them to write their exams.

They also accused the Vice Chancellor, Professor Mathias Anike of being insensitive to the plight of the students amidst the prevailing economic recession that have rendered their parents/guardian incapable of meeting up with the payment of their school fees, usually demanded by the institution.

The protesting students visited some other departments under Management science faculty within Enugu campus of ESUT and likewise stopped other students inside the exam halls,who paid their school fees from continuing with their exams. They stirred a rowdy atmosphere and confusion within ESUT campus at Independence layout, before taking to the streets in a peaceful protest.  

They students equally marched to the Enugu station of Nigeria Television Authority,NTA channel 8,which is adjacent to ESUT/IMT campus in Enugu, before marching to the state government house.

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