University of Lagos
Students evicted from hostels
Olamide Oni | 14:58 | 04.05.2016
The management directed that the institution
should resume full academic activities on
Monday, May 2, 2016, with examinations
commencing the week after and exams will
begin in two weeks.
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The management of the University of Lagos »
has reportedly evicted student union leaders
from their hostels.
Yesterday, May 3, a notice was made public
showing the eviction announcement.
While speaking to TheNation , Deputy Registrar
(Information) Mr Toyin Adebule said, ” there are
special rooms allocated to Students Union
representatives. But since the union has been
suspended, they have to vacate those rooms. ”
A first year student of Mass communication,
while stating what returning students » had to go
through, said, ” We have been submitting our
indemnity forms and exam dockets. Though some
people still haven’t signed but they have no choice
because everything is tied to the form now
including entry into hostel and entry into exam hall,
so we just have to do as we are told. ”
The students are alleging that the university is
looking for evidence to expel the union leaders.
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A source said: “ Some students have been tasked
with the job of spying and the university tried to
get the faculty presidents to form a parallel body
they called Council of Faculty Presidents to take
over the duties of the students union. They were
also asked to come up with another set of
constitution which some of the presidents have
refused to accept. ”
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