Bayelsa University Shut Down Over Students Protest


The management of Bayelsa state-owned university, Niger Delta University, NDU, has been shut down indefinitely the institution, citing unruly attitude of students.

This is as a result of  management of NDU approved that all undergraduate students must wear a uniform while on campus which has led to a series of protests by the students who have rejected the imposition.

According to the shutdown notice, “Everyone has been asked to vacate the school premises before 3 pm today to forestall breakdown law and order.”

The school had ordered all its students to procure and start wearing uniforms while on campus.

The vice-chancellor of Niger Delta University, Amassoma, Bayelsa State – Prof. Samuel G. Edoumiekumo gave the order in a memo on Monday, all affected students will buy the uniforms at a cost of between N30,000 and N20,000.

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