The governor made the disclosure in a statement issued by Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Ahmed Ibrahim Matane in Minna.
He said the downward review only affects returning students (indigene) from N50,000 to N46,000 and new students (indigenes) from N95,000 to N86,000.
The SSG explained that the decision of the governor came after listening to representations from members of the State House of Assembly, different stakeholders, including the Students’ union.
However, according to the governor,” the tuition fees for non-indigenous students (returning), new students (non-indigene), new foreign students and returning foreign students remain unchanged.
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