Mapoly, Now A Business Center, Student Laments

A student of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, formerly known as Ogun State polytechnic, has described the school as a business center, that only creates revenues to generate money from the students without students welfarism.

The student who requests his identity to be undisclosed, said in a meeting organized by the Students Union Government of the institution, on Tuesday, that the school makes the students pay for a lot of services which the school doesn’t render.

The student said MAPOLY withdrawn the admission given to someone he knows last session, after he was given admission and already paid acceptance fee of N35,500.

“I know someone that was given admission for HND with combination of 2 o’level results, he paid acceptance fee, rented an apartment, started receiving lectures.
When he was doing clearance and presented the same o’level results he used to apply for the admission, he was told he cannot continue with the o’level results.
Meanwhile, He used the same result to apply for the admission, My question is that; why on earth will you give someone an admission and withdraw it after he paid acceptance fee?
The student had to dropout after paying a non-refundable acceptance fee, house rent, bought some textbooks, received some lectures.”

He also said one of his friends fainted in an exam hall last semester and was rushed to the school clinic, the fainted student was given Oral salt and water but shockingly to him, the school clinic collected N500 from him for the ORS and water given to him.

“If we have to pay for drugs in the school clinic, then why are we paying medical fee in the first place?” He added.

Another student, who is from mass communication department complained about the results of the exams they did for a year now.

“We sat for our HND1 first semester exam May, 2022, we’re now in May 2023, we’re in HND2 first semester now and we haven’t seen the results of the HND1 first semester not to talk of HND1 second semester results and the school is threatening us to pay school fees for this session when they’ve not released first semester results of last session, failure to pay on time attracts penalty fee of N10,000 according to the school management.” He said

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