Thursday, December 17, 2015
Kware State Polytechnic Close Down Due To Student Protest
During the protest, scores of the students reportedly sustained injuries during a clash with the police.
In a statement by Deputy Registrar, information and Communications of Kwarapoly, Allh Moshood Amuda asked the students to proceed on mid-semester break.
Though, no reason was given for the management’s decision, it might not be unconnected with the violent protest by some students which started on Tuesday.
The management equally advised parents and guardians to ensure that their children and wards vacate the institution’s campus as directed.
Recall that there was pandemonium in Ilorin, Kwara State on Tuesday morning as hundreds of students, took to major streets to protest the management’s decision to charge N10,000 fee as penalty for late registration.
Management of the institution had fixed December 11, 2015 as deadline for the registration of students with the calculation that whoever fails to meet the deadline would be made to pay N10,000 as extra fee.