FG hike Unity schools’ fees to ₦100,000

The Federal Ministry of Education, part of the Federal Government, raised the tuition for newly admitted pupils at Federal Government Colleges, also known as Federal Unity Colleges, to $100,000.

This was stated in a directive sent to all Federal Unity College principals on May 25, 2023, with the citation number ADF/120/DSSE/I and from the Office of the Director of Senior Secondary Education.

New students are required to pay $100,000 instead of the previous N45,000, as stated in the circular titled “Approved fees/ charges for Federal Unity Colleges (1st Term) for new students” and signed by Hajia Binta Abdulkadir, the Director of Senior Secondary Education.

 Almost every aspect and activity of the school will be impacted by the most recent fee/charge increment, including tuition and boarding costs, uniform costs, textbook costs, deposits, exercise books, prospectus costs, caution fees, ID card costs, extra lesson costs, insurance, and more.

Please be aware that only the fees and charges listed here have received approval from the ministry for all Unity Colleges.


Old students gift  alma mater an Ultrasound classroom facility

The Class of ’83 alumni of Anglican Comprehensive College, Offa, Kwara State, have given their alma school two contemporary, fully furnished classrooms and office buildings.

According to a statement from Mr. Sanusi Mudasiru, President of the Class of 83 and Chief Audit and Assurance Officer of United Bank for Africa Group, the donation was made as part of celebrations for the set’s 40th reunion anniversary.

He disclosed that the 2023 reunion and handover ceremony would take place on July 22nd at the school’s Offa location.

HRH, Alhaji Mufutai Gbadamosi, the Oloffa of Offa, spiritual leaders, Malam Abdulraham, the executive governor of Kwara State, and a larger gathering of former Anglican Comprehensive College, Offa pupils were there., are anticipated to attend the reunion, the Class of ’83 makes the decision to support the school in order to enhance a positive learning environment and achieve its social responsibility purpose.

We all know that the government can’t do it alone, so I implore all former and current students of the schools to take what little we have accomplished to heart and work together to improve the learning environment for current and incoming kids, Mudasiru added.


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