Three Nigerian students who paid their tuition late at Swansea University in the UK had their names taken off the enrollment list.
Omolade Olaitan, Emmanuel Okohoboh, and Paulette Ojogun, the students, paid their tuition a day or two later than anticipated.
They have claimed to the school that the cash constraint that struck Nigeria earlier in 2023 is to blame for their late payment of school tuition.
Swansea University in the UK, however, has refused to budge and has kept the N3.8 million (4000 pounds) in tuition despite requests from the students to pack their bags and return home.
Swansea University asks three Nigerian students to return home
The deadline for the payment of fees was March 27, 2023. Omolade Olaitan, one of the students, paid her fees on March 29.
“On the 29th (March) I got an email from income tuition. They confirmed my payment and they told me that because the payment didn’t come in before the deadline, they can no longer allow me to enrol and that I should pack my bags and go back to my home country.”