Gregory University Uturu students, on Sunday, staged a peaceful protest against the institution’s alleged negligence of duties in terms of provision of social amenities for learners.
The students, according to Nigerian Tribune report, took to the Chancellor’s house to express their displeasure over the state of amenities in the school.
One of the protesters who spoke to the newspaper outlet based on anonymity, narrated how the protest started.
“The protest started from the girls’ hostel and then to the Chancellor’s house. We moved from there to the girls’ campus gate and ended it at the boys’ campus.
“We are protesting lack of amenities in the school. There have not been light in our hostels (female hostels) for two weeks. The protest is just to express our displeasure over the negligence of the school management,” the source disclosed.
The aggrieved students also complained that despite paying exorbitant fees as tuition, their welfare has not been taken seriously by the concerned authorities.
The school management, Parallel Facts gathered, has not react to the matter at the time of filing this report. When contacted, the school founder and chancellor, Prof. Gregory Ibe was not reachable.