Lagos - The management of the Yaba College of Technology has suspended academic activities in the school for four weeks as students continued protesting against the death of a final year student of the institution, Comfort Dazan, on Thursday.
Aggrieved students went on the rampage in the college, shutting all its entrances and singing solidarity songs to protest against Dazan’s death, which they claimed was as a result of the poor state of the medical facility in the school.
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It was reported that Dazan, a Higher National Diploma II student of the Office of Management Technology department, passed on after she fell ill and was rushed to the college’s medical centre, which allegedly demanded N35 000 before she could be attended to.
Though the protest continued, the presence of riot policemen at the school entrances, prevented the students from marching to the streets.
It was gathered that apprehension made the management to suspend academic activities for four weeks.
The Head, Public Relations Unit, Charles Oni, said in a statement that the suspension of academic work was to mourn Dazan.
- News 24