Osun - Students from the Southern Nigeria Institute of Innovative Technology have allegedly set the campus alight over non-accreditation of course at the institution, Naij reported.
The institute’s property was vandalised and set alight in Ifewara, Osun State.
The students allege that the main reason for their behaviour is that the National Board of Technical Education has not accredited their courses, therefore were unhappy about the situation.
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However, the Chairman of the governing councils of the schools, Kola Christwealth, has denied allegations that programmes run by the school are not accredited.
Students were encouraged to register for professional examinations but they were ignorant to do so.
The school's governing council is yet to verify the level of damaged done to the institution.
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