Datti Baba-Ahmed Intervenes After 185 Students Were Denied Examination In His University

Recall that there was earlier reported by vanguard on how 185 amnesty scholarship students being denied writing their exams at Baze University over unpaid fees. The affected students were chased out of examination halls while writing their first semester exams by the authority of the school.

It was also reported that Major General Barry Ndiomu,retd, the Interim Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, sent a team of top staff of the agency to the Authority of the school. But yet the school Authority didn’t heed to them earlier. They also wrote to the school explaining why the fees were being delayed – which they said was due to budgetary issues.

The situation has now been resolved following the intervention of the Vice presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Datti Baba-Ahmed, the founder of the University. It was reported that he stepped into the matter by asking the students to return and write their exams as soon as the issue was brought to him by the amnesty delegation. The students have now returned back and are writing their exams.


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