The Lagos State University has reduced its fees.
This was after the university management, led by its Vice-Chancellor, Folasade Ogunsola, met with the students’ leaders on Thursday.
The students were led by the President of National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, Usman Barambu.
The meeting was part of efforts to address the lingering crisis over the fees.
The Adejoke Alaga-Ibrahim University of Lagos announced the reduction of obligatory student fees, utility bills, convocation fees and others.
The obligatory fees for new undergraduate students were reviewed from N126,325 to N116,325 for courses without lab/studio and N176,325 to N166,325 for courses with lab/studio.
Also, the obligatory fees for returning undergraduate students were reviewed from N100,750 to N80,750 for courses without lab/studio, N140,250 to N120,250 for courses with lab/studio, and from N190,250 to N170,250 for medical / pharmacy students and students in health professions.