Students at the Polytechnic of Ibadan, Oyo State,
on Thursday, March 31, reportedly staged a
protest after the varsity authorities asked them
to pay a sum of N1, 000 surcharge fee as they
resume for their academic activities on April 4
The students were mandated to pay this
‘reparation fee’ to cover the damages done to
the school’s property by the students during
their last protest. »
In a statement signed by the school’s Registrar,
Mr Hezekiah Feyitola , the N1,000 reparation fee
was to cover the damages done to the school’s
property by the students during their last protest.
Students went on a violent protest in February
over payment of some levies, such as Insurance
and ICT fees imposed on them by the Students’
Union Government (SUG) executives.
The statement also asked the students are to
login on to the website of the institution for the
It added that each student would also bring a
reference letter from eminent persons such as: a
community leader, religious leader and either a
senior public or civil servant.
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The referee would pledge that the students
would be of good conduct during their stay in the
polytechnic, it said.
It added that the students should attach a
passport-sized photograph of the person issuing
the reference letter to the letter.
Also, the students must attach evidence of
payment of the reparation fee to their letters
which must be submitted at their departments, it
The statement advised students who could not
complete their registration before the protest to
do so within one week of resumption.
“ Any student that fails to comply with the stated
conditions will not be considered as students of
the Institution,” the statement said.
The statement said that management of the
institution would continue to provide quality
education to the students to make them the best
in their various fields of learning.
It charged them to continue to imbibe the best
The certificates and diplomas of the institution
were usually awarded to its graduating students
based on their good academic performance and
moral conduct, the statement said.
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