The Lagos State University (LASU) has urged its students to disregard any notice directing them to resume for lectures amidst the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
Spokesman of the university, Mr Ademola Adekoya told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that the information was a lie and handwork of mischief makers.
“Similar information was released for Ladoke Akintola university students some days ago. Kindly disregard the information as it does not emanate from the office of the LASU Registrar,’’ he said.
NAN reports that a notice had gone viral on the social media recently directing all students of the university to resume for academic activities on Jan. 8.
The notice had claimed that the management of the university at its meeting of Jan. 3, said all students be notified of the commencement of academic activities including course registration and lectures.
NAN also reports that ASUU had on Nov. 4, 2018 embarked on what it described as a ‘total, comprehensive and indefinite strike’ to press home some demands from the Federal Government. (NAN)
N41bn Fraud Allegation: Elumelu Demands Apology From Senator Akinyelure
Jiba Promises Effective Representation For Residents
FG Warns Politicians Against Flouting COVID-19 Rules
NDDC, EFCC: Presidency Faults TUC Planned Protest
Royal Father Unveils Skills Acquisition Programme For Residents
CSO Lauds Buratai On Human Rights Records
Conflict Resolution: NCPC To Establish Peace Desk
NEWS8 hours ago
N523m Spent On School Feeding Programme During Lockdown – Farouq
COVER STORIES23 hours ago
APC Moves To Whittle Down PDP Structure
BUSINESS16 hours ago
ShopRite Moves To Discontinue Operations In Nigeria
NEWS19 hours ago
Oyo Hails Teachers Over School Reopening , Provides Details On Calendar
EDITORIAL23 hours ago
The Non-interest Financial System
COVER STORIES24 hours ago
Sarah Jibril Slams BBNaija For Promoting ‘Satanism’
NEWS20 hours ago
Fayemi Constitutes 13-Man Committee For Pa Fasanmi’s Burial
NEWS20 hours ago
Obaseki To Roll Out Edo North Campaign Today