On Tuesday, students from the University of Jos in Plateau State took to the streets, staging a protest that effectively blocked access to the university campus.
Their demonstration was a direct response to the recent hike in school fees and various charges imposed by the institution.
These impassioned student protesters, organized by leaders within the Students Union Government, demanded an immediate reversal of the fee increases and service charges implemented by the University administration.
Brandishing placards bearing powerful messages like “If your children can afford it, we can’t,” and “We don’t want to be forced out of school,” among others, the students vocalized their concerns.
They argued that with the existing hardships faced by Nigerians, authorities should refrain from exacerbating the situation by imposing further fee hikes.
Stay tuned for more updates on this developing situation.