Following a meeting on Thursday between university administration, under the direction of Vice-Chancellor Folasade Ogunsola, and student leaders, the University of Lagos (UNILAG), has recently reduced its fees.
Usman Barambu, the President of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), led the student delegation.
This meeting aimed to address the ongoing fee-related crisis.
In response, the Adejoke Alaga-Ibrahim University of Lagos announced reductions in various student expenses, including obligatory fees, utility bills, and convocation fees.
For new undergraduate students, the obligatory fees were revised from N126,325 to N116,325 for courses without lab/studio and from N176,325 to N166,325 for courses with lab/studio.
Likewise, returning undergraduate students will see reductions from N100,750 to N80,750 for courses without lab/studio, from 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.