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Opinion: UNIPORT Wanted To Do Armnesty But Instead Do This by Remman(m): 7:58am On Jun 22
Uniport has offered armnesty programme to all affected students during the former VC's tenure.

That is, all the students that failed out, were suspended, had carry overs and couldn't complete, had no money and dropped out, etc. should go back to school and complete their courses.

But i think they failed to understand what armnesty means because all the students in the above category will need to pay school fees to do anything (it ruled out the financially disabled). Some of them dropped out because their sponsors died.

Why didn't they make it school fees-free for all of them? Or why didn't they just do what UST did under Prof. Fakae? UST just graduated every outstanding student including those that failed or dropped out since the school started (that was indeed a great armnesty).

Some of these people are now facing new conditions that may not warrant them to have the time to be around school environs. The best armnesty would be to just graduate them all with whatever grades they had.
Or what do you think?

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