In the quest to conquer Dropout issues in most of the Nigerian schools, the Nigerian Government has finally arrived at a solution which is the plan to “free tuition fee for it’s federal universities”.

Anthony Anwuka, who is the Minister of State Education made it known to the general public while briefing state house correspondents after the Federal Executive Council meeting presided over by vice president, Yemi Osinbajo, on Wednesday.

He announced that according to the Nigerian Law, no federal universities is allowed to charge for tuition fee and student should be ready to stop paying tuition fee if they already pay.

“We understand some universities now charge fees per course unit and we are going to make sure that we investigate that properly and make it stop.

“Students can pay other auxiliary fees, but not in excess. Various university councils and management should be able to fix what fees students should pay that is affordable and acceptable to the students. That is the position.

“The federal government does not determine fees for private and state universities. It only takes responsibility for fees paid in the federal universities.”

As a Student, Do you pay tuition in your Federal University?… Share your view in the comment and let’s know about your School with the amount you pay as tuition.

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  • in my school, oau, we still pay school fees…. so when will will stop paying because i am very happy to read this news


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