From the latest information reaching our desk is that The Ekiti State University, EKSU, Ado-Ekiti Authority has threatened to expel about 10,000 students who are yet to pay the mandatory reparation fee of N6,500 (Six thousand naira only) and completed the screening exercise imposed on the students by the university.
The management of EKSU has warned that all students of the institution should pay their reparation fee on or before 14th December 2012 or forfeit your admission.
The Vice Chancellor of the Ekiti State University, Professor Oladipo Aina said this at a meeting held on Friday with senates of the institution.
EKSU was shut-down on 28th September 2012 following the violent demonstration of EKSU students after hearing the news of the death of a final year student of the Accountancy Department, Late Abiola Yusuf, who was knocked down by a vehicle and the driver ran away, and this led to the destruction of some buildings in the school, stealing of the livestocks from the university farm and burning of about 10 vehicles.
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All students of Ekiti State University who don’t want to be expelled from the institution should quickly pay their reparation fee. (But wait, can the managements of EKSU really Expel 10,000 Students?)
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