For the second time in three months, authorities at the University of Jos have ordered students on campus to vacate their hostels with immediate effect until further notice because of insecurity.
The University also said it had suspended all academic activities for the 2019/2020 session pending a return of normalcy.
The institution’s actions were contained in a statement signed by its Registrar ,Monday Danjem on Friday.
The statement read in part “Following the risky and precarious insecurity situation in Jos, the imposition of dusk to dawn curfew, which has affected the academic activities including the suspension of Second Semester Examinations for the 2019/2020 Academic Session in the University of Jos, the University continued to experience the loss of lives of some of our students.
“Consequently, the Management of the University of Jos, after an emergency meeting with the Committee of Deans, Directors and Provost on Friday, 20th August, 2021, has approved the suspension of Examinations for the Second Semester 2019/2020 Academic Session and all Academic Activities in the University until further notice subject to ratification by the Senate of the University.
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