The Ekiti State government has raced into Jos amidst the unrest to rescue their indigenous Students schooling at the University Of Jos, and brought them back to the State. The recent unrest in Jos, which has lead to insecurity in it’s environment, has prompt the State Government to swerve into action.
The unrest started on religious and ethnic grounds and degenerated into the killing/attack on people and students of the Federal University of Jos.
On Friday, Mr. Monday Danjem, the Registrar of the university said that the management of the institution has suspended all academic activities in the institution till further notice.
According to Mr. Danjem, the decision to suspend academic activities and shut hostel was arrived at, at the end of the meeting between management and the committee of Deans, Directors and Provost of the institution on Friday, August 20.
The insecurity in Jos, which has led to the Imposition of dusk-to-dawn curfew has affected the academic activities and forced the university to suspend it’s second semester examination for the 2019/2020 academic session.
The increasing attacks on Students of the university by hoodlums, a situation that has led to the death of some Students has made the Ekiti state Government, sprung into immediate response of the indigent Students Schooling in the institution, after the decision made at the emergency meeting held by the school Management to shut down the school and it hostel till further notice.
The biggest body of the indigenous Students of Ekiti State, fondly known as Federation of Ekiti State Student Union (FESSU) acknowledge the quick response of the State Government. Meanwhile, In an interview session by the FOUNTAIN VOICE CREW with concerned Students, they appreciated the effort of the state Government in Standing for their rescue.
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