The Management of Ekiti State University (EKSU) has reduced the screening fees charged for the second screening of candidates seeking admission into the university for the 2016/2017 academic session to Two thousand five hundred naira only (N2, 500). It was formerly Five thousand naira only (N5, 000).
Making the announcement, the Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Professor Samuel Oye Bandele said that the university considered the economic situation in the country particularly that of parents, guardians as well as the prospective candidates before arriving at the decision.
According to the Vice-Chancellor, the management of the institution also consulted widely with stakeholders including students and decided that though the university was in dire need of funds to run and administer the physical appearance screening of the candidates, the economic situation in the country played a vital role in arriving at the decision.
The Students Union of the university and the National Association of Students (NANS), Ekiti axis have applauded the management decision. Their leader, Shina Awopeju said that the management decision was acceptable to all and sundry. He commended the Vice-Chancellor for his open door administration, transparency and moral uprightness, stating that he, as a Pastor is widely acclaimed to have zero tolerance for corruption.
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