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Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by Ksudr(m): 10:19am On Apr 16
Kogi state university medical students are currently in the school senate building protesting for the accreditation of the faculty of medicine that has not been accredited by the medical council for 5 years now.. The students has been in the faculty for 7 years without professional examination to qualify them for clinical training in the teaching hospital.


pls take this to front page for the world to see it.
We really need the government to expedite actions to Accrediting the college.

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by Ksudr(m): 1:51pm On Apr 16
The state Government need to do the needful to secure full accreditation of the college

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by suavemo6(m): 2:51pm On Apr 16
The government needs to stand up to their word and do the needful... Enough is enough... Kilode gannn

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by Mercyabah: 2:55pm On Apr 16
Yes!!! We are tired yes!!! We want accreditation yes!!! We have been here for 6 years!!! We don't want lies anymore WE WANT ACCREDITATION!!!

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by Ikujefaith: 2:59pm On Apr 16
Its high time things had better changed. We are tired, depressed angry and frustrated. The whole issue has been treated with levity and no one seems to be giving attention to our condition. Time is not on our side at all!

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by samine: 3:00pm On Apr 16
Everybody is deceiving the student. Imagine the VC is not concerned.

This is just day one. We have stayed for 6 years and has been done. Con you imagine that a staff was advising students to go and take jamb after 5 years.

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by Ksudr(m): 3:08pm On Apr 16
This is a front material. Let the world know that we are suffering here.

Cc: lalasticlala
cc ; Seun

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by officialviaj: 3:13pm On Apr 16
I am a kogi state university medical student. I got admitted to study medicine in 2012 and for the past 6years I have been in 300level, we have been hearing stories from both the government and the school, "that we are working on it", "we should read our books". We have stagnated and suffered emotionally. I weep daily!. The last governor of kogi state Governor Idris Wada, instead of upgrading the secondary health facility in the university village(kogi state diagnostic hospital in anyigba) to a teaching hospital he went and started his own pet project (build a new hospital from the scratch) which he didn't complete, it's now an abandoned project. The new Governor of the state, Governor Yahaya Bello set up a committee for accreditation of the college of medicine and for the past 4years he has been in power I tell you my reader no block has been laid, and I don't know if I would graduate in the next 10years. Some medical students have even threaten to commit suicide because of the humiliation and frustration. We are frustrated and our parents are in pains.... Help share this post as much as possible let people know about our plight.
#saveksumedicine
#saveksumeds
#fairplusfairaccreditation

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by eleojo23: 3:41pm On Apr 16
All these Wahala with medical education will further spoil our image in the eyes of the international community.

It will further reduce their trust in the value of their training. Not good.

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by HerXLNC(f): 3:42pm On Apr 16
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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by PortableToDynam(m): 3:43pm On Apr 16
officialviaj:
I am a kogi state university medical student. I got admitted to study medicine in 2012 and for the past 6years I have been in 300level, we have been hearing stories from both the government and the school, "that we are working on it", "we should read our books". We have stagnated and suffered emotionally. I weep daily!. The last governor of kogi state Governor Idris Wada, instead of upgrading the secondary health facility in the university village(kogi state diagnostic hospital in anyigba) to a teaching hospital he went and started his own pet project (build a new hospital from the scratch) which he didn't complete, it's now an abandoned project. The new Governor of the state, Governor Yahaya Bello set up a committee for accreditation of the college of medicine and for the past 4years he has been in power I tell you my reader no block has been laid, and I don't know if I would graduate in the next 10years. Some medical students have even threaten to commit suicide because of the humiliation and frustration. We are frustrated and our parents are in pains.... Help share this post as much as possible let people know about our plight.
#saveksumedicine
#saveksumeds
#fairplusfairaccreditation


omo 6 years and still in 300level and you never turn yahoo boy, you try ooo...

i hope and Pray that the state government do the needful on time

#SaveKogiStateMedicalStudents

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by uzeba(m): 3:44pm On Apr 16
why always kogi??
Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by HigherEd: 3:45pm On Apr 16
State universities are the worst category of universities in this country... Poorly planned, badly run and poorly funded. For those who can try taking transfers they should do so asap without wasting much time.
Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by humbleofficer(f): 3:45pm On Apr 16
And Dino Melaye is Singing and dancing shamelessly in the name of fighting the useless Yahaya Bello

embarassed embarassed

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by skarlett(f): 3:47pm On Apr 16
It will be better for you guys to write JAMB or better still go abroad (if you have the funds) Those guys at the helm of affairs sent their children overseas so they obviously don't care what you guys are passing through. What will I still be doing in 300 level for six years That's crazy sha

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by fourhayz: 3:49pm On Apr 16
They should keep their nerves...all will be well
Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by Tobexin(m): 3:50pm On Apr 16
Ksudr:
Kogi state university medical students are currently in the school senate building protesting for the accreditation of the faculty of medicine that has not been accredited by the medical council for 5 years now.. The students has been in the faculty for 7 years without professional examination to qualify them for clinical training in the teaching hospital.


pls take this to front page for the world to see it.
We really need the government to expedite actions to Accrediting the college.
boni I sight u

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by omoadeleye(m): 3:50pm On Apr 16
waste
Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by emperormossad(m): 3:51pm On Apr 16
Why do I have this weird feeling that education no longer pays?

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by Ade3000yrs(m): 3:51pm On Apr 16
I sorry sorry o!
Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by weedydash: 3:51pm On Apr 16
MGT hasn't seen anything, there's no rest till we achieve our aim

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by Sirpaul(m): 3:52pm On Apr 16
Stay strong. Even when it feels like everything is falling apart.
Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by statrboiTolu(m): 3:56pm On Apr 16
Ksu ayingba! I spent 6yrs for a 4yr course that's nt evn up to 4yrs...that school tho! Its well.

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by stred: 3:56pm On Apr 16
officialviaj:
I am a kogi state university medical student. I got admitted to study medicine in 2012 and for the past 6years I have been in 300level, we have been hearing stories from both the government and the school, "that we are working on it", "we should read our books". We have stagnated and suffered emotionally. I weep daily!. The last governor of kogi state Governor Idris Wada, instead of upgrading the secondary health facility in the university village(kogi state diagnostic hospital in anyigba) to a teaching hospital he went and started his own pet project (build a new hospital from the scratch) which he didn't complete, it's now an abandoned project. The new Governor of the state, Governor Yahaya Bello set up a committee for accreditation of the college of medicine and for the past 4years he has been in power I tell you my reader no block has been laid, and I don't know if I would graduate in the next 10years. Some medical students have even threaten to commit suicide because of the humiliation and frustration. We are frustrated and our parents are in pains.... Help share this post as much as possible let people know about our plight.
#saveksumedicine
#saveksumeds
#fairplusfairaccreditation
hello. Some kogi students transferred to my school. Theyre now in 200 and they've blended quickly. I thought it was compulsory for everyone to leave
Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by Pat081: 3:59pm On Apr 16
uzeba:
why always kogi??
because dia governor is as useless as monthly blood cumin out of women part

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by InvertedHammer: 4:01pm On Apr 16
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Didn't they know the programme was not accredited before they applied to the school?


People love to take unnecessary risks with their future.

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by Pat081: 4:02pm On Apr 16
When a herdsman dies, his son inherits his cows., but when a professor dies his certificates becomes a waste.*

*Moral Lesson:* *use your school fees to buy cows.

Wisdom will kill me

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Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by sakaguchi(m): 4:03pm On Apr 16
This is unacceptable. continue the struggle brother.
Re: Kogi State University Medical Students Protest Over Accreditation by SamuelAnyawu(m): 4:10pm On Apr 16
angry

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