Six Secondary School Students In Taraba Expelled For Staging Protest Over Lack Of Laboratory, Other Basic Amenities In Their School

Six students of Government Day Secondary School Salihu Dogo in Jalingo, Taraba state have been summarily expelled following a protest staged by students against the school’s management over alleged corruption exactly a week ago.


The protest was staged in front of the school principal’s office and is said to have taken place last week Wednesday.


In a viral video, one of the students could be heard saying that they do not have a laboratory for science classes and that the teachers never conduct a practical test for them.

”Science class we don’t even have a lab. Science class we have never taken practical .

See Biology, Physics, Chemistry, no lab. No seat. You will be standing. How would you even listen to the lectures that they are teaching. You will not even understand even one thing.”


The school is said to have a population of about 1,000 students. Their school fees per term is 4,800 out of which 500 is furniture fee, another 500 is feeding fee


The state government is yet to comment on this development.


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