The Niger Delta University (NDU) has notified students to avail themselves and prepare as the status quo would not change.
A memo signed by the vice chancellor of the Bayelsa State owned University, Niger Delta University, Amassoma has called on all students to remain in campus and prepare themselves ahead of 13th and 14th of May, 2021.
As student prepare to partake in the Muslim celebration of the Eid al-Fitr holidays, a day celebrated accross the world by the Islamic religion and declared public holiday in Nigeria.
The management published a memo on the 10th May, 202 notifying students to prepare and avail themselves on the date examination and not to think of the holiday’s, as the public holidays won’t stop the examination from taking place.
“ATTENTION TO ALL STUDENTS AND THE ENTIRE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY IN NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY.
Status quo remains for examinations slated for 13th and 14th May 2021. The public holiday will not in any way affect the exams therefore all students are advised to avail themselves for the above dates and take the exams respectively.”
A source disclosed to NigerDeltaConnect that many students expressed dissatisfaction over the new development in institution noting that the school, as a landlord, also should not forget she has accommodated Muslim brothers and sisters and a day like this is very important to them.