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  • UNILAG And 37 Other Universities Increase Tuition Fees
  • No fewer than 38 universities across the country
    have increased their tuition fees as a result of
    poor funding by the Federal and State
    governments.
    The Chairman of the Academic Staff Union of
    Universities (ASUU), University of Ibadan Chapter,
    Dr Deji Omole, made this known in a statement
    made available to newsmen in Abuja on Monday.
    The statement which assessed the two years of
    President Muhammadu Buhari in office, lamented
    that the current government had made Nigerians
    poorer.
    Omole said that the public education was not
    taken seriously because most children of the rich
    and those in high offices do not attend school in
    Nigeria.
    “The latest increment might be attributed to poor
    funding by the federal and state governments as
    ASUU poorly rated the President Muhammadu
    Buhari in the area of funding of university
    education.
    ASUU also noted that it would be difficult for any
    Nigeria university to effectively compete globally
    with the inadequate allocation of budgetary
    funding as prescribed by UNESCO to fund
    education.
    News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that
    University of Lagos (UNILAG) which was paying
    N14, 500 would now pay N63, 500 as tuition
    fees.
    Other institutions that increased their fees
    include, Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), from
    N27, 000 to N41, 00; University of Nigeria (UNN),
    from N60, 450 to N66, 950; Obafemi Awolowo
    University, from N19, 700 to N55,700.
    Others are Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK),
    from N20, 100 to N65,920; Bayero University,
    Kano, from N26,000 to N40,000; University of
    Abuja, from N39,300 to N42,300 and Usman
    Danfodiyo University, from N32,000 to N41,000.
    National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), from
    N36,000 to N41,000; University of Benin (UNIBEN)
    , from N12, 000 to N49,500; University of Ilorin,
    from N16, 000 to N75,000 and Federal University
    of Technology, Akura (FUTA), from N13, 560 to
    N83,940.
    Also in the list are: Federal University, Minna
    (FUTMINNA), from N20,000 to N37,000;
    University of Calabar, from N30,500 to N42,750
    and University of Uyo, from N71, 000 to N84,
    250.
    Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka,
    from N16,000 to N40,000; Osun varsity, from
    N95,000 to N135,500; Anambra State University,
    from N76,000 to N139, 000 and Lagos State
    University, from N96,750 to N158,250.
    Ibrahim Badamosi Babangiga University, Lapai,
    from N25, 000 to N52, 000; Imo State University,
    from N120,000 to N150,000; Plateau State
    University, from N50,000 to N100,000 and
    Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, from N57,000 to
    N75,000.
    Others are: Ibadan Polytechnics, from N30,000
    t0 N50,000; Abia Polytechnics, from N56,550 to
    N61,000; Auchi Polytechnic, from N14, 800 to
    N28,000 and Ondo State University of Science
    and Technology, Okitipupa, from N70,000 to
    N80,000.
    Enugu State University of Science and
    Technology,
    N104,900 to N124,900; Kwara Polytechnic, Ilorin,
    from N28,000 to N44,000; Ladoke Akintola
    University of Technology (LAUTECH), from
    N65,000 to N72,500 and Tai Solarin University of
    Education, from N66,500 to N76,500.
    Afe Babalola University, from N675,000 to
    N1,075,000; Igbinedion, from N540,000 to
    N820,000; Crawford university, from N400,000
    to N600,000 and Redeemers University, from
    N545,000 to N605,000.
    Also in the list are Covenant University, from
    N774, 500 to N814, 500 and Benson Idahosa
    University, from N284, 300 to N1, 150,000.

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