Tension In Malabor As Students Protest Electricity Blackout

In Breaking News, Education, National News, Reports

By Raymond Ekemini

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The students of the University of Calabar have said that they are set to take laws into their hands unless the school management is able to restore electricity supply for the students who are still writing their examination.

The entire University has been in total darkness for a protracted period regardless of the ongoing examination for inexplicable reasons but a very close source to school management disclosed that they is no diesel to power the generators and they are yet to receive any fund for diesel.

But the students today lost their patience and marched round the school premises threatening to take laws into their hands if the situation is not promptly rectified.

When the students who marched in anger in hundreds visited the SUG President, he was unable to calm them and they took to the streets of the institution angrily chanting solidarity songs.

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