Niger State House of assembly Order The management Team of IBB versity to reduce The tution fees



This was made on 23 of September 2021 due to the recent peace demonstration that was made by the school union on 22 of September 2021.


The Rth. Speaker Bawa  Abdullahi of the house order the school management board to reduce the school fees during the meeting that was held by the school union Government (SUG) with the school management of Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai (IBBUL) and NSHA in Minna on Thursday.

The house directed Ahmed Matane, the Secretary to the State Government, and the University Governing Council to make an announcement on the downward revision of school fees on Friday.


“We have listened and look at the issues from both sides and we have decided that IBB university must continue to survive as an institution.

“Given the peculiarity of the state, we must also look at the issues raised by the students, we know the country is facing financial crisis and parents should not be overburden in order to make the institution survive,” he said.

The speaker Abdullahi Bawa stated that the issue should be rectify as soon as possible especially the final year student that that already paid there school fees , due to hostel accommodation and other matters.



He stated that it was the university’s management and the state government’s responsibility to assure the university’s survival.


The speaker praised the government’s contributions to the institution’s infrastructure, accreditation, and other social amenities, and urged both parties to embrace the spirit of sacrifice.


According to him, the institution’s pupils must also recognize that the government cannot fully fund education.

The vice president of Students Union Government (SUG) of  Ibrahim badamasi Babangida University Sumayyah Mohammed thank the House for intervening the matter with a quick respond in ensuring that the issue was resolved amicably

Sumayyah express are gratitude and satisfaction with the outcome of the meeting and urged the state government and the management of the university to keep to the resolution of the meeting.

According to the Nigerian News Agency (NAN), costs for returning students (indigene) have been decreased from N67,925 to N50,000, while for new students (indigene) have been dropped from N129,675 to N95,000.


Returning non-indigenous students were decreased from N117,325 to N100,000, while new non-indigenous students were reduced from N201,210 to N170,000.


New international students would pay N250,000 instead of N329,625 while returning foreign students will pay N200,000 instead of N266,760.

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