The leadership of National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPS) received the purported news of #2,500 charges for UTME candidates clearance by the management of Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti with a rude shock.
After extensive and rigorous findings, it was gathered that the charges are not meant for UTME clearance as it is being carried about by rumour mongers.
The National President of NAPS Activist Sunday A. Asuku confirmed via press interview that the #2,500 charges are meant for applicants who may wish to cross from Morning program to evening program.
While speaking with Newsmen, Activist Sunday A. Asuku the National President further affirmed his commitment to zero tolerance for exorbitant charges on students, the Management of Fedpoly Ado under the leadership of Dr. Hephzibah also confirmed his readiness to give all students of Fedpoly Ado the best of his capacity to ensure they become world-class graduates.
Activist Sunday A. Asuku further advised students to remain calm, law-abiding and resolute. Desist from all manner of fake information being thrown around by attention seekers, give maximum cooperation to the management to ensure there’s no alteration in the academic calendar.