The fuel station is operated by SEL.
The students, who demonstrated on their school premises have, therefore, given the university’s administration up to Friday, October 13, 2017, to do something about the SEL fuel station or hit the streets with series of demonstrations.
The students, who were dressed in red bands and attires told Graphic Online that the siting of the fuel station poses a danger to their lives.
According to the leadership of the students, today’s protest, is just a warm-up of what is to come if the school’s authorities failed to act on their demands.
The protest attracted heavy security presence to protect both lives and property.
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