by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna
Kaduna State University (KASU) has indefinitely shut down academic activities for undergraduate students.
This was announced in a statement issued Tuesday and signed by Registrar of the University, Mr Samuel S. Manshop.
Although, no reason was advanced for the shutting down of the academic activities, our correspondent gathered that the university students had threatened for protest against the high increment in tuition fees by the school authority.
He said, “The Management of
Kaduna State University wishes to notify Staff, Students and the general public
that academic activities for undergraduate students
have been suspended indefinitely.”
The Registrar, however, stated that Postgraduate programmes, College of Medicine, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Part-Time programmes are to continue with their activities.
“Staffs are also expected to report to work as usual. Management will communicate any development,” he stated.