GIJ Grant Amnesty To Affected Students

GIJ Grant Amnesty To Affected Students

The Ghana Institute of Journalism  few days ago sent a message across to all non-registered student who hasn’t paid their school fees to defer their course for those who have paid their fees to be permitted to register their course.

This was a great concern to the students as some for one or two reasons couldn’t meet the demand of the school. Also, some are in their final year making it difficult to defer their course.

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Based on this, a lot of students protested against the policy the school made making some of the agencies to come into  those who couldn’t pay their fees to assist them to pay.

The concerned student association made known to management about this crucial period and went to some party houses such as CPP to seek intervention.

One of the Cpp party members made a sum of money to assist a student who could not pay to pay their fees.

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Given this, management has issued a press release informing the student populace that, all non-registered student has been granted amnesty to their issue.


For that reason, students can pay their fees and register for their courses.

In conclusion, what will the affected student do now?

Written by Daniella Quiste


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