BREAKING: No Fees No Exams: CRUTECH Students Shut School, Flog Colleagues

In Breaking News, Education, National News, Reports

By Patrick Obia

Major entrances to the Calabar Campus of the Cross River University Of Technology are currently shut due to a protest by some students against the management’s ‘no fees no exams’ policy.

The protest began hours ago after a few disgruntled students who were prevented from entering the examinations hall ran riot and tore examinations papers pursuing lecturers and students from the halls.

They later proceeded round school as the protest gained momentum and flogged some of their colleagues whom had begun their examinations and had attempted to challenge their actions.

The students in their numbers are chanting Aluta songs with leaves and stick such as ” We go pay we go pay” , “VC Dey pass VC ayayaya CRUTECH own na wao”. The school gate has been shut. But, men of Nigerian police force fired gun shot into the air which created more confusion.

Details to follow….

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