Students of University of Port Harcourt were sent home compulsorily on the eleventh of April after student’s riot which led to the killing of a final year student.
The Deputy Registrar Information of the University of Port Harcourt DR. WILLIAMS WODI confirmed this to newsmen in Port Harcourt.
Meanwhile, the National Association of Nigerian Students NANS Zone B comprising South South and South East says it will resist the reopening of the University of Port Harcourt when the issues that led to the closure of the school have not been resolved.
The Coordinator of NANS Zone B PEDRO OBI said that the governing council of the University of Port Harcourt must make public the report of the investigative panel set up to probe the incidence leading to the closure of the school.
The Coordinator of NANS Zone B Pedro Obi also called for the scrapping of the no-school fees-no examination policy and the suspension of signing of indemnity form by students of the institution after crisis.