The national association of Nigerian students, NANS, has write to the federal government to reopen schools and make waivers of 60 to 70 percentage of the tuition fees as palliatives to the students to cushion the ravaging effect of the pandemic.
The national body through its spokesperson, Kazeem Olalekan Israel of Southwest zone, had asked the government to reopen institutions of learning so that the young ones of the society can get engaged into proper learning and doing something worthwhile.
He expressed dissatisfaction over non funding of schools in the nation for years past and the non functional of the facilities and laboratories.
The statement reads “the National association of Nigerian students has been calling on the federal, state and local government and all the representatives at all levels to properly fund the educational sector as it remains the only way to grow a nation.
They should liaise with the academic staff union of university, ASUP, COEASU and NANS to put things in order in the schools.