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Kenpoly students frown at school fee increment

A student Union leader and the chief judge of Ken Saro Wiwa Polytechnic, Manson Aziaka has berated the management of the institution for continuous increment in the fees of supplementary forms.

The student union leader in an appeal letter to the management of the Institution said that the high cost of the supplementary form for High National Diploma (HND) which is Twenty Five Thousand (25,000), doesn’t tarry with the zero cash policy of the Institution.

Manson Aziaka said his appeal for reduction of the fees is to enable students from other institutions and the returning students to embrace the citadel of high learning.

He further stressed that population is money, so the management Should consider his appeal and act accordingly in order to portrait the good image of the Institution.

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