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Uniben Students protest for hike in school fees

'The fact that we live in a lawless country where we wake up to behold any law from institutions, stakeholders, and those in authority doesn't mean the madness of putting up negative shocks on the faces of people should continue to spread, in as much as it has become a norm in the already decayed system of democracy in which we operate.


Considering the state of the nation, the already frustrated condition of students, civil workers and citizens, isn't it imperative that the opinion of people are put into consideration before some changes are put into effect ? It is to this that this memo is directed to the management of the University of Benin who suddenly felt it necessary to make an addition of #10,000 to every of their fees. 


This is talking about 20% increment including the incoming students except school fees which was only increased by #1,000.
The question is, why would fees be increased without any reason or explanation to those who are to pay this fees ? And assuming it was increased due to economic hardship, why the marathon race of such amount ? 


It is to the effect that students came out enmasse to protest for the cause of this, asking that they be given an explanation and fees should be beaten down. Thus calling on every Uniben students, media and the public to join hands as we demand for a reasonable reason as to why the hike of fees from the management.


From a concerned Uniben student speaking on behalf of all.''

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