The management of the University of Lagos has disowned the 13 students who are currently in prison custody over an alleged “riotous invasion” of the university campus and a television station.
The UNILAG students were controversially remanded in prison by a court.
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Movements in and out of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka, were yesterday disrupted by protesting students who were demanding for immediate and unconditional reinstatement of the 11 executive members of the institution’s students union.
The Police in Lagos State have arrested two students of the University of Lagos for allegedly attacking the Vice Chancellor with a view to disrupting the convocation week. The Commissioner of Police, Mr Fatai Owoseni, who confirmed the arrest to journalists on Tuesday, said the leader of the group, who planned the attack, was also […]
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