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Human Rights Lawyer Condemns N100,000 School Fee In Ondo As Students Plan Protest




A human rights lawyer, Ayo Ademiluyi, has faulted the Ondo State Authorities over the sudden tuition hike on the Adeyemi School of Schooling, Ondo, Ondo State.


Ademiluyi in a press release on Sunday mentioned the brand new regime of charges within the establishment is to the impact that newly admitted college students are to pay N100,900 with acceptance payment at N25,000 whereas returning college students pays between N65,000 and N72,000 in numerous classes.

He famous that it was a grand design on the a part of the administration of the Adeyemi School of Schooling to dump the accountability of funding training onto the backs of oldsters and sponsors of poor college students.

He mentioned, “I condemn the payment hike in its entirety. I name for its fast reversal. I’m additionally conscious of a deliberate protest march by Involved College students of Adeyemi School of Schooling, Ondo for tomorrow, tenth Could, 2021 on their campus.

“I name on the scholars’ union management of the establishment to interrupt off its current collaboration with the administration in assist of the payment hike via settlement with inclusion of enhance in union dues from N400 to N1, 000 within the new payment regime and supply management for the wrestle of mass of scholars towards the payment hike.

“I’m additionally conscious of the threats by Divisional Police Officer in command of Fagun Divisional Headquarters of the Ondo State Police Command to arrest and detain the leaders of the deliberate protest march of tomorrow, tenth Could, 2021, who upon submitting a letter notifying the division of their deliberate protest of tomorrow, forwarded their names to the Chief Safety Officer of the establishment for attainable victimisation.

“I hereby give discover to the Fagun Divisional Police Headquarters and the Ondo State Police Command that the equipment of regulation shall be set in movement towards it by me within the occasion of infringement of basic rights of scholars to assemble peacefully and protest lawfully by the use of arrest or detention of scholars in the middle of the protest march of tomorrow, tenth Could, 2021.”

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