LASU Students Protest Against Poor Facilities Despite High Fees

LASU Students Protest Against Poor Facilities Despite High Fees:


Students of the Lagos State University, Ojo, on Thursday continued their protest at the Ojo campus of the institution.

Our correspondent learnt that the students were protesting against the poor facilities in the school, despite what the students described as the huge school fees collected from the students.

Most of who claimed to have paid about N250,000 as school fees. They kicked against the shut down of the school registration portal, which they said meant that some students, who could not complete their registration before the portal was shut down, would have an extra academic year.

Unconfirmed report said scores of people had been wounded as some of the students attempted to take over the major roads around the university campus.

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