Scores of students at the University of Guyana (UG) this morning protested once again over the poor services being offered at the educational institution and the treatment they are subjected to on a daily basis.
Students stated that they had no choice but to protest since their cries for help have fallen on deaf ears.
INews was told that requests were made on numerous occasions by the UG Student Society to meet with President David Granger, Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo and other members of government to highlight and discuss the situation at the University; however, these requests have not been granted to date.
The irate students complained that they made no objections in paying the increased tuition fees imposed by UG for their fields of studies and therefore the educational institution should honour the promises made and deliver the quality of education it had promised and improve the services offered to students.
INews photographer, Carl Croker, was at the UG Campus this morning and captured the following scenes of the protest: