Niger Delta Students’ Protest: Questions for Amnesty office and Novena University authority
There is an ongoing wild protest embarked on by over 1,000 Niger Delta students undergoing different programmes at the privately owned Novena University, Ogume, Kwale in Delta state, they are protesting an alleged consideration of their admission by the school management as unrecognized.
As the protest rages, GbaramatuVoice will pose the following questions to the School and the Presidential Amnesty office.
Beginning with Amnesty office who recently described the ongoing impasse in the school as a product of back door merchants, we now asked:
1. Who are these back door merchants that facilitated the illicit admissions? Are they faceless? How come the Amnesty Office failed to investigate and unravel these racketeers in their office that connived with the Generals and the school authority to offer these students admissions?
2. Who verified these students at the point of admission?
3. If the school Registrar did, why this sudden policy summersault ? Were they not given formal admission?
4. Why did it take the school authority this long (over 2years) to come up with this current position?
5. What was the basic qualification used by the school authority to have these students admitted?
6. Was the school authority not receiving school fees from these students and their sponsors? If yes, why this sudden change of position?
7. If not, why were they allowed to remain within the school system and environment all these years?
Providing answers to these very questions by the management of the Novena University and Presidential Amnesty office will be highly rewarding.
See photos below of the ongoing protest below:
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