“My Students Have Paid Fee,” UNICAL VC Defends Increment One On One With Agba Jalingo

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

The Vice Chancellor of University of Calabar (UNICAL), Prof. Florence Obi has said  the institution only increased service charge for some subjects not tuition fee because it doesn’t exist.

The first female VC of UNICAL stated this in her office while fielding questions on ‘One On One’ with Citizen Agba Jalingo which was live on Facebook.

According to her, “my students have paid their fees, those who came to read their books and get their certificates have paid.”

She addressed issues ranging from staff not pay rolled for about two years, sex for grade, digitalizing the institution, result racketeering among others.

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