ASUU STRIKE: Police take over unilag gate to prevent students’ protests

ASUU STRIKE-Police Take Over UNILAG Gate to Prevent Students Protest2
About ten police vans are stationed at the gate of the University of Lagos today with a couple others sighted on campus.

The students of UNILAG began mobilizing via social media networks late last week, inviting other students to join in a protest that would likely commence at the varsity gate like the fuel subsidy protest of January 2012, held at the Gani FAwehinmi Freedom Park in Ojota.

The students want the Nigerian government to quickly end the ongoing lecturers strike by honouring its agreement of 2009 with university teachers.

All the same, other issues topping their agenda include requests for the reinstatement of Student Union Government (SUG) at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) and reversal on the hike in tuition fees at the Lagos State University (LASU).
ASUU STRIKE-Police Take Over UNILAG Gate to Prevent Students Protest

ASUU STRIKE-Police Take Over UNILAG Gate to Prevent Students Protest3

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