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UNIMED Shuts Down Indefinitely To Avert Students’ Protest Against 120% Hike In Fees

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Authorities of the University of medical sciences, Ondo, UNIMED, in Ondo state yesterday postponed indefinitely the resumption for its 2021 /2022 academic session to avert student protest against a 120 per cent hike in tuition fees.

Reports had it that the returning students of the state government-owned institution were planning to protest against the increase in school fees by the state government.

The decision of the management according to findings was to frustrate the planned protest by the aggrieved students.

A circular to students and staff which was signed by Ezekiel Adeniran for the school’s registrar said “This is to inform all staff and students of the University of medical sciences, Ondo that the University management on behalf of the Senate has approved that the resumption date for the 2021 /2022 academic session for all returning students of the University be postponed indefinitely.

“Therefore by this circular, all returning students are directed to vacate University campus and their respective Halls of residence within the next 48 hours (I.e Thursday 11th November, 2021).

The circular added that ” a new resumption date will be communicated as appropriate.

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