RECTOR of the Isa Mustapha Agwai Polytechnic (IMAP), Dr. Justina Anjide-Kotso has hailed Governor Abdullahi A. Sule of for reopening the institution.
The state owed citadel of learning had been closed for three (3) months following a students’ protest over alleged hike of tuition which led to the destruction of property worth millions of naira.
Speaking on Friday after the reopening of the institution, Kotso appreciated the state government’s efforts in bringing the needed changes in the education sector.
She made this known during a meeting of the co-heads of Nasarawa state-owned tertiary institutions who paid her solidarity visit at the polytechnic in Lafia.
The rector advised the students to always conduct themselves with decorum, abide by the school rules and regulations in their interest and the overall development of the state.
Meanwhile, the management in a statement has directed returning students to pay N5,000 each for the damage of school property and a letter of undertaking to be of good conduct signed by senior civil servants not below the rank of director and a clergy or monarch in the state.