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Noun New Policy – Students React Only To Get Blocked On Twitter

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Noun New Policy – Students React Only To Get Blocked On Twitter

The management of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) earlier today, came up with a new policy which states that “students can only register first semester courses for 2021/1 semester.”
This simply means that If you have second-semester courses, you will have to wait till 2021/2 semester to register them. And this is the model that will be used henceforth.

So far we've been getting different reactions from students, as they have rejected the new policy. Some students had taken to social media (Twitter and Facebook) with the hashtag #EndNounNewPolicy to express their grievance and unacceptance of the new policy.

Sadly, reports reaching us confirms that the NOUN official Twitter (@noun_media) handler had been blocking all students who had gone to their handle to showcase their unacceptance of the new policy

Fortunately, the blocking has had no effect on the students so far, as the hashtag #EndNounNewPolicy continues on Twitter with students hoping to get a positive response from the management soon.

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Confidence February 16, 2021 - 9:06 PM

this news is ppreposterous, and unwise how can out anthem say some else and Mr. VC another pls, right now am confused on what to believe, let this just be a little misunderstanding that will be resolved in no distant time.


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