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Nigerian Law School increases tuition fee to N476k from N296k amid economic hardship

The Nigerian Law School has hiked its tuition fee to N476,00 from N296,000.

The increase was disclosed in a circular to the students admitted to the Law School in Abuja for the 2023/2024 session.

The director-general of the Nigerian Law School, Isah Chiroma, signed the circular which was obtained on Thursday, November 16, 2023.

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The trending circular showed almost a 200 percent increase in tuition of the school from around N296,000 to N476,000.

The hike in the tuition fee came amid economic hardship caused by the removal of the petrol subsidy under President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

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Tinubu had, on May 29, 2023, announced, in his inaugural speech, the removal of the decade-long subsidy on petroleum products.

He then cited budgetary concerns as the basis of his decision. He revealed the desire of his government to channel the funds towards public infrastructure and improving lives.

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Millions of Nigerians have continued to grapple with grinding poverty since the declaration as the prices of commodities and services continue to rise.


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