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University of Abuja Students Protest over School Fees and Examnation Date

Students of the University of Abuja (UniAbuja) on Monday took to the streets of the federal capital territory (FCT) in protest.

Our correspondent in Abuja has reported that the students of the University of Abuja locked the school gates and took to the streets. Presently, there is no movement in or out of the school. This is in protest against the school decision to have the first semester examination commence on the 15th of February, 2020 after the school had been on strike for about nine months and only just reopened.

Other grievances of the students are that, the management of the University re-open and extend the school fees portal till the end of session, that there should be no late payment of any registration fee, including add and drop.

Other demands of the students are that the school management review the school fee charges ahead of next session as well as that the management should review the College Of Health Science fees for the current session.

Subsequently, the students are asking the management of the school to postpone the 1st semester examination date to 8th March, 2021.

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