AAU reportedly suspends academic activities indefinitely as students continue to protest hike in tuition fees
The management of Edo State-owned Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma has reportedly announced the indefinite suspension of all academic activities in the University with immediate effect.
The University, in a memo issued & signed by its Acting Registrar said the suspension of academic activities became necessary following an emergency meeting of the University’s Senate in Ekpoma on September 4, to appraise the continued protest by students running into days.
According to SaharaReporters, the management said: “In order to prevent a total breakdown of law & order as well as the need to guarantee the safety of lives & property in the University community & its environs, Senate was left with no other choice than to direct an immediate suspension of academic activities
To this effect, all students residing in the hostels on campus are to vacate the Halls of Residence without fail within the next 24 hours.