Recall how 185 beneficiaries of amnesty scholarships were unable to appear for exams at Baze University because of unpaid fees? Vanguard had previously reported on that. As the affected students took their tests for the first semester, the school’s management led them out of the exam rooms.

Additionally, it was reported that retired Major General Barry Ndiomu, the temporary administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, had dispatched a group of senior agency personnel to the school’s administration.

However, the school administration previously disregarded them. They also explained the tuition delay in a letter to the school, citing financial difficulties as the cause.

The matter has now been resolved thanks to Datti Baba-Ahmed, the university’s founder and Labour Party vice presidential candidate. As soon as the amnesty delegation brought up the topic, he reportedly intervened and demanded that the students return and complete their tests. After coming home, the students are currently writing their exams.