- Students who fail to pay by March 15 deemed to have voluntarily withdrawn from the Polytechnic
The management of Kogi State Polytechnic has directed students who are indebted to the institution to pay all outstanding school fees by March 8, 2021.
In a release issued by the institution’s registrar, I. O. Raji in Lokoja on Friday, students who fail to pay will not be allowed to sit for second semester examinations.
According to the release, the student leadership, on behalf of all students who have not paid school fees, appealed to and had agreement with the polytechnic management to be allowed to write the first semester examination for 2019/2020 academic session and pay all fees before second semester examination.
“In view of this, all students who have not paid their school fees are to settle their indebtedness (school fees) within two weeks beginning from Monday 22nd February, 2021 to Monday 8th March, 2021.
“After the expiration of two weeks grace stated above, the payment of School fees thereafter shall attract the payment of additional sum of five thousand naira (N5000) only as penalty for late registration. The period shall begin on Tuesday 9th March 2021 and end on Monday 15th March 2021,” he said.
The registrar added that any student who fails to comply with the directive is deemed to have voluntarily withdrawn from the Polytechnic.