The weather in Avenue Cheikh Anta Diop drowned because of tear gas yesterday. The cars disturbed the traffic. And students throw stones at the risk of passers-by. What could have caused this situation? Students in private higher education institutions (Epes) went out on the streets to öden continue their struggle against the payment of the amount paid for various institutions lar, which forced them to stay at home. "We organized this event today (yesterday), which is a continuation of our struggle, because the state has not paid the money it owes to private universities." Saying Zakaria Niass, Detection is translated by the firm expression of the face. The spokesman for the National Unitary Framework for University-Focused Students explains: söz We have implemented all the diplomatic strategies that can address this situation. We have met with all the competent authorities such as the director of Higher Education Marie Teuw Niane, who we discussed three times, and the director of private higher education. the question is. And we didn't win until then. "In addition, the unitary framework also met with the mediator, Mr. Aliou Badara Cisse and Monsignor Benjamin Ndiaye, the Archbishop of Dakar," the speaker for students based in Epes. If there is a difference between them, it means that they have failed, because there must be complementary actions between them, and we do not go into these details. class and street. If we're not in one, we're in the other, "Zakaria Niass was beaten up firmly.