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Thursday, 5 April 2012

AFTERMATH OF UNIABUJA'S COURSE SUSPENSION- STUDENTS TAKE TO THE STREET AS UNIVERSITY SHUT DOWN

The University of Abuja(Uniabj) has suffered a demoralizing blow after four of her professional courses were suspended by the Minister of Education, professor Ruqqayatu on behalf of the federal government after the Institution failed to pass an NUC accreditation test.

The effect of this blow happens to be much more felt by the students than the university which has seen them move from the classrooms to the street in what appears to them as a career threatening suspension. The protest by the students which initially appears to be peaceful, has led to some mild destruction in properties of the Institution.

This according to the institution is unacceptable even though they argue that they can feel the students pain over the loss, but insists that, destruction is never a way out, and that they are doing their best to resolve the issues.

On the other hand, the students as a result of the violent protest has been asked to leave the University premises as soon as possible while they up their effort in seeking a lasting solution to the incidence.
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