Kogi Poly Students Kick Against New Tuition Fee

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Students of Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja have been thrown into state of concern with the news of hike in their school fees.

The institution which is resuming new academic session on Monday, 6th of January announced the new tuition fees for fresh and new students to the institution on Friday.

The new fees came with 25 per cent increase for both indigene and non-indegene students.

Previously, indigene students would pay 38,500 while non-indigenes used to pay 44,500.

The new fees as announced by the school will now see indigenes of the state pay 47,050 while non-indegene will have to cough out 58,050. This did not include the acceptance and registration fees that must be paid earlier. 

Meanwhile, students of the institution owned by Kogi State government have decried the move by the management of the school describing it as wickedness.

They however appealed to leadership of the students union of the school to appeal to the authorities of the institution and state government on how to return the fees to previous rates.


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