The authorities of Ekiti State
University have reviewed the
reparation fee to be paid by the
students of the University
following the destruction of
properties in the institution
recently.
Following the pleas from
students, parents, guardians and
well meaning citizens of the
country, the reparation fee to be
paid by students has been
reviewed downward to six
thousand five hundred naira
(N6,500.00), instead of ten
thousand five hundred naira
(N10,500.00) earlier announced.
According to statement signed
by the Deputy Registrar
Information and Public Relations,
Ajibade Olubunmi, the University
has also decided that pre-degree
students and students of the
University who are on Students
Industrial Work Experience
Scheme (SIWES) for the second
semester of 2011/2012 are
excluded from the payment of
the reparation fee.
Payments are to be made to
designated banks nationwide as
earlier announced in the dailies.
Students are advised to comply
with this directive and keep
away from the University
premises until
further notice.
The Senate of the University will
meet to decide the resumption
date. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof.
Patrick Oladipo Aina has
appealed to students to remain
calm as efforts are being made
to bring normalcy to the
University academic activities.
Note that the deadline for the
payment is now Friday,
26th October, 2012.

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