Six college students of Government Day Secondary School Salihu Dogo in Jalingo, Taraba state have been expelled by the college administration after they staged a protest over the shortage of primary studying supplies of their faculty.
The college students had been stated to have staged the protest in entrance of the college principal’s workplace final week Wednesday, accusing the college administration of corruption.
In a viral video shared on-line, one of many college students might be heard saying that they don’t have a laboratory for science lessons and that the lecturers by no means conduct sensible assessments for them. They additionally lamented the shortage of seats of their varied lessons as they’re made to both stand or sit on the ground.
According to reviews, the college has a inhabitants of about 1,000 college students with N4,800 paid as faculty charges per time period. N500 out of the N4,800 is earmarked as furnishings charges, whereas one other N500 is feeding charges.
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