A video is making the rounds on social media where a female student gets teary as the University she is going to increases school fees from N25K to N200K.
The student of the prestigious University of Lagos (UNILAG) while at the protest with fellow students was opportune to get interviewed.
The lady during the interview cries out in pain as she expresses while adding that she doesn’t want to drop out of the University following the increase in the school fees from N25K to N200K.
According to the female student, most of her colleagues at the protest are the ones catering for themselves as she disclosed that their parents do not have money.
She added that even if she decided to do hookup, she can be able to raise such an amount of money for her school fees.
Getting into an emotional state, the female student breaks into tears while telling the Government to listen to her and her fellow students stating she and her colleagues are poor and can’t afford the N200k school fees.
In her words; “I don’t want to drop out from school l, They increased our school fees from N25,000 to a whopping N200,000, even if I am doing Hookup self how will I raise such money, Most of us are the ones Catering for ourselves in School, our parents don’t Have money”
Watch the video below;
See reactions below;
cleopatracedar__: And pple are here asking OBI to rest!!!,rest for what exactly???,just imagine 😢.
rosythrone: They want u to take student loan dat you can’t pay. Another of their devilish strategy.
its_easymoney_: Please find the girl for me I’ll pay her school fee for a year.
natashabankz7: Things are getting worst every day by day,if I talk Watin Dey my mind now,una go start to Dey call me names,😂😂vote the right person una no hear una Dey find change😂.
nonso_ilo: Most them voted for tinubu… I no feel for any soul again.. make everybody dey crase dey go.
eedris27: They want quality education, they don’t want to pay for it , and the government already make provision for student loan.
bigruch; Really sad 😞 they want them to start taking the student loans so they tie them down to this country hence reducing japa rate.