Lack of electricity off campus as students write exams

The students of the university of Jos who stay off campus of the university have been complaining of the lack of constant electricity as they prepare for their exams. The lack of electricity has caused students living in those areas to be unprepared for their examinations.
In an interview with a student, Peter Ajik, a student of the department of history and international studies, who bitterly complained of how he has to always look for light to charge his lantern and phone to enable him read when its evening and there is no light.
Another student, Irene Yalwa, from the department of Business management, has also complained that the ring road area where she stays has been in darkness for some days now. She said, ‘the light is usually being rationed and for the past few days we haven’t seen light and even if the light comes on it stays for only a few minutes and it goes off.’
Students are pleading with the school management to look into the matter and see that the light issue is resolved so they can prepare well for their examinations.
Report and photo by Theresa Attahiru
Edited by JM (3/5)

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