Following the killing of a student last week and the decision of the management of the University of Cross River state to temporarily shut down its Calabar campus, some students have called on the management and the state government to ensure that their safety becomes a top priority upon resumption.
Speaking in an interview with our correspondent on Sunday, the students who admitted that they have never felt safe on campus, added that the management has been paying deaf ears to their plea for better security over the past years.
The students, who went further to justify last week’s protest, said that was the only option they had to have their voices heard.
The students however expressed mixed reactions, over the effect of the management’s decision to shut down the Calabar campus on their studies.
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