Federal University, Wukari to reopen in two weeks after emergency shutdown

Federal University, Wukari, shut down on Wednesday after the abduction of a student, will reopen in two weeks.

The school’s authorities believe the tense atmosphere at the institution would be calm by then.

Rampaging students at the school had led the authorities to fear the situation might get out of hand, not least when the student union raised concerns that their exams were only days away.

But this accusation was promptly denied by the institution.

He called on relevant authorities to do more in curbing insecurity in the country.

The registrar explained why the management decided to declare a compulsory two-week holiday.

But the closure of the institution is a hot issue residents of Takun are not willing to accept.

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