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The Expelled Nigerian Students in UK on Tuition Payment

FX Crisis: Nigerian students unable to pay tuition fees, expelled from UK school

Truly unfortunate: "Nigerian students at Teesside University have taken to protesting on campus after the institution expelled them and ordered their departure from the United Kingdom. The BBC reported that the university's action stems from these students' inability to pay tuition fees on time, a situation attributed to the severe devaluation of Nigeria’s currency, the naira, which has drastically affected their financial stability.

"On Tuesday morning, the students carried placards to voice their frustrations, accusing the university of taking a "heartless" approach to those who fell into arrears."

If you run a company in the US, and the salary is due tomorrow to your workers, if you know you cannot pay that salary tomorrow, it may be a better idea to file for bankruptcy tonight, because if you are still operating and miss paying those wages, you may have more challenges. Yes, their missed car loans, mortgage loans, credit card payments, etc and all the associated legal implications may be too much that going bankrupt may be a better option. The same applies to when you say you will pay! My best wishes to these students!

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