LASU College Of Medicine Management Throws Out Students’ Belongings From Hostels

 

The Lagos State University (LASU), College of Medicine has thrown out the belongings of students from their hostels. According to the Acting Provost of the Lagos State University College of Medicine, Prof Abiodun Adewuya, the hostels are being renovated and students have been given notice in March before the pandemic and they had failed to comply.

Students left March and we asked them to move all their belongings out of the hostel because we want to renovate the hostels.


“We are renovating our hostels, we had given the notice a long time ago, the students’ body sent the notice to all the classes and the idea is that after a deadline if there are things that are still there, we will move them out so that we can renovate the rooms, that’s the situation.”


LASU College Of Medicine Management Throws Out Students’ Belongings From Hostels


The Lagos state government had earlier announce that all tertiary institution in Lagos State should resume September 14, after reopening, only exit classes were allowed to state and the middle classes made to move out of the hostels.

“After the reopening, the state government asked that only students in exit classes should resume and also instructed students in middle classes to move their things out of the hostel.

“But some of them couldn’t come back to pick their belongings because they are not in Lagos. I think this is very insensitive and silly, there should be a way to help them manage their belongings rather than throwing them out like that,” a student said.

LASU College Of Medicine Management Throws Out Students’ Belongings From Hostels



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