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Tuesday, December 03, 2019

Enugu State University Of Science And Technology Forces New Entrants To Pay Outrageous Development Fees

 There has been an introduction of development levy into the programme of the above mentioned school and you will be shocked to find out how much the school is asking for from new students aside their school fees....

This broad day light Robbery!!
















21 comments:

  1. This shouldn't be a problem if there is accountability on how the money will be spent. Student bodies are not doing their job. They should get involved and make sure the money will be really used to develop this various programs

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    2. 300k shouldn't be a problem?? School fees and other expense still dey there oo
      This is a serious problem

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    3. Are you for real. How many parents can comfortably afford this?

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  2. thanks fr posting stella, d fees and suffering is much, 10k is paid as late payment for 125k school fees, which is to be paid by 9th december

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  4. the past year 1 students didnt write their 1st semester exam because they couldnt pay the money. about 150 students

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  5. Haba! Stella dear, this is not new. My cousin got admission to study medicine and surgery in Esut but because of this outrageous development bills she optioned to study science education in NAU cos the parents couldn't afford to pay this and still pay the school fees which attracts 10k for late payment.

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  6. Welcome to Enugu, where most of the parents have their children reading medical courses.

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  7. They will pay 250k for Pharmacy that has no accreditation?I pity the students and their parents.

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  8. When there's no regulation of any kind in the country, it ends up being do as you wish or can.

    Nigeria is a big scam

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  9. When there's no regulation of any kind in the country, it ends up being do as you wish or can.

    Nigeria is a big scam

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  10. So the poor cannot go to school again? See how the elites are deliberately making the poor unemployable while their children get the degrees and skill set to excel?

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  11. those days city girls esut...

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  12. This wasn't like this as at 2015 that graduated from the school.

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  13. This is too much o.. But state University is more Expensive shaa but not to this outragious Amount... It is well...

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