FCA Students Protest Non-Accreditation of Courses

The students of the Federal College of Agriculture, moor plantation Ibadan, this morning staged a protest over non-accreditation of their courses.

The protest which disrupted the second semester examination billed to commence today saw the students converging at the administrative block of the institution, chanting solidarity song.

The president of the Students Union, Mr Ramon Balogun lamented the poor attitude of the institution’s management to the accreditation of their courses, delay in the release of results, as well as poor welfare, which they said had affected their studies.

Some of the students appealed to the government and stakeholders to come to their aid for prompt and proper accreditation of all their courses.

They also called for prompt release of their results so as not to affect their academic pursuit.

Efforts to speak with the management of the school proved abortive.


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