Report reaching liveschoolnews desk has it that the Nasarawa State Governor, Tanko Al-Makura has command the Nasarawa State University (NSUK) to remain close till further notice… He said that the school administration acted too fast without waiting for the government to receive report from various committee constitute to investigate the crisis.

Deputy Governor, Damishi Luka, spoke on behalf of his principal on the occasion of the presentation of report of the committee which investigated the recent students’ unrest over poor water supply in the institution, leading to alleged death of some of the students.

His words: “While government was still awaiting the report of the investigation Committee, the management of the university took a unilateral decision to re-open the institution without due consultation”.

“It is also worthy to note that the critical issues that led to the crisis are yet to be resolved. Government views the posture of theuniversity in this direction as pre-emptive of the report of the investigation committee. As if to express the concern of government, the committee has appealed that its recommendations be looked into first before the university is re-opened.

“Therefore, the Nasarawa State University, Keffi will remain closed until the fundamental problems that culminated in the crisis are satisfactorily addressed within the shortest possible time. In doing so, government will be guided by the Committee’s findings.”

It would be recalled that, The university authorities had announced that the school which was closed after the violent riot in January would be re-opened from Sunday, April 28.

Liveschoolnews advise staff and Students of the institution to remain calm as it is good for all. We hereby apologise for what ever this might cost you.

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