Students of the University of Ilorin have expressed dissatisfaction with the hike in transportation prices following the removal of fuel subsidies.
According to the students, the surge in fuel prices has subsequently affected their overall cost of living and access to essential services.
Speaking to RoyalFM News, a University of Ilorin student, Egbeola James said that the hike in transportation prices is affecting their economic life in school.
While, Bukunmi Aina, another student from the University of Ilorin explained that the students have resorted to seeking free rides to school.
Damilola Adelowo, in her submission, lamented that the monthly transportation expenditure is becoming unaffordable.
As reported by our correspondent, Ayanwale Oluwadamilola, shuttle buses, since the removal of the fuel subsidy, have increased transportation price to two hundred naira with ten passengers from one hundred and fifty naira with eight passengers