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Schools Reopening: KWASU Denies Increasing School Fees

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The management of the Kwara State University (KWASU) has denied claims in some sections of the media that the school’s management has increased the students’ school fees.

A statement on Sunday by the Acting Registrar of the institution, Mohammed A. Shuaib urged members of the public to ignore rumours of the increase.

He, however, noted that there is an ongoing discussion between the management of the school and student union leaders on how to increase the financial standing of the University, adding that no concrete decision has been reached for now.

“The Management of the Kwara State University, Malete wishes to inform the general public that there is no iota of truth in the rumours making the round that the Management has increased KWASU Students’ school fees.”

“We, however, wish to state that there is an ongoing robust discussion between Management and the Students union leaders on ways to improve on the financial standing of the university towards the provision of standard teaching and learning regime.”

“In line with our desire to entrench a culture of participatory governance in the administration of the university, management has ensured that the conversation has been democratic, peaceful and harmonious. It is important to state that no concrete decision has been reached for now.”

“We, therefore, urge the general public to utterly disregard this fake rumour,” the statement reads.

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