Activities at Kaduna State University springs up after compulsory 2 weeks break.
Written by News Room on July 1, 2021
Activities at the State Owned University, (KASU) has begun springing up after the compulsory 2 weeks break because of the anger that greeted the tuition fee increase and the mixed impact on academic activities.
Invicta News went round the school premises to get the thoughts of the students who reacted with enthusiasm on the school reopening.
Speaking further they complained about the duration of time in completing the usually long registration process pleading with the School Authorities that they needed more consideration in getting funds for their school fees.
It should be recalled that the State government had increased the schools’ fees which lead to a month long struggle between the student body and the Government.