#LifeInUnilag: ULSU suspended, Lock the school gates during any protest again and get immediate expulsion – Unilag senate to students


Senate, at its emergency meeting of Friday, April 22, 2016 considered the Report of the
Investigative Panel as well as the recommendations from the Committee of Provost and
Deans on same and directed that, in view of the violent and disruptive nature of the protest:

a. The University of Lagos Student Union (ULSU) Constitution should be suspended until
further notice

b. The ULSU Executive and the Student Legislative Council should be dissolved forthwith.

c. Faculty and Departmental Associations should work with the University Management
through the Students’ Affairs Division in the interim.

d. ULSU Constitution should be reviewed to include conflict resolution mechanisms such
as establishment of Judicial Arm and Financial Guidelines, which shall be the prelude to
subsequent elections into ULSU offices.

e. The University shall re-open for full academic activities on May 2, 2016 and the first
semester 2015/2016 session examinations shall commence on May 9, 2016. Returning
students must sign an undertaking to be of good behaviour which must be properly
endorsed by their parents/guardians.

f. Locking of the University gates or invasion of any facility during any protest is hereby
prohibited. Students that violate this regulation shall be expelled forthwith from the
University.

Students are reminded that the award of degree of the University of Lagos is made to
persons who are found to be worthy in “learning and character”.

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