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Bells University students cries out after management increased price of pure water to N50, soft drinks to N200 each (photos)

Reports from pained
students of Bells University of Technology after the management upped
the prices of some commodities in the school have surfaced online!

They revealed that one pure water is sold for N50 each, a pack of
take-away disposable is sold for N100, All soft-drinks in the school are
sold for N200 each.

Our source, a student in the school who wants to stay anonymous has
said they are even scared to go on protest due to fear of expulsion and
suspension from the school.

Read Below the Mail we received as well as some attachments:

Recently we students of bells have been suffering from the school governing bodies…

They have decided to turn the school to there business ground by
extorting money from us and the school student body don’t have say in
it..

In this mail are some pictures attached to it

Please post it on your instagram(Please help us)

In Our School

1. One Pure Water – 50Naira
2. Fish – 200Naira
3. Pack – 100 Naira
4. Any Soft Drinks – 200Naira

Students had to pay for Dstv subscription because school couldn’t pay‎.

Our school association (BUSA) is just there for figure head.

Instead of the school repairing the damages, toilets and bathroom
they decided to build a round-about in front of the boys hostel telling
students it is for viewing center.

There are lots of rooms where fans are not working and nets torn.

Please help and save us from this extortion.

We pay over 600K for school fees and we can not riot because of fear of suspension or expulsion.

Students had to rally within themselves to pay for Dstv subscription after it expired.

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Housekeeper reveals how Actress, Moji Olaiya died


Nollywood Actress, Moji Olaiya passed on at the age of 42, after giving birth to her second child 2 months ago.

Nigerians have been left shocked and tributes have been pouring in from all over since the news of her death broke.

Moji died on Thursday morning after she reportedly suffered a cardiac arrest.

Her last post on Instagram was 18 hours before her death was announced. She wrote, “Hello fans, Okiki app is now on Apple App Store. Watch movies from me and other great actors for free.”

But before that she had posted two days earlier, sharing a picture where she looked trimmer and wrote:

“Alliamdulilahi to you
Allah I give all the glory for all you have done. I will forever praise
and worship you. It’s not by...

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