Unilag Calls off Nasu Strike Resumes First Week of January

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Unilag Calls of Nasu Strike First Week of January

This should be good news to all fresh and existing students of the prestigious University of Lagos. If developments in the University on Thursday and Friday 28th and 29th of December is anything to go by; then activities can be said to have resumed in the University.

For example on Wednesday when a handful academic members of staff were deployed to the Dean of Student Affairs Office for clearing them for hostels they were first opposed by Unilag local branch of Non Academic Staff Union (NASU), however, on Thursday they resumed fully. On Friday students were seen on queue being attended to in large numbers and some have even cleared to move in fully come January.

We have also got it from good source that the University has decided to pay a meagre fraction of the money owed the non academic staff while awaiting the bulk from government. Suffice it to say that the timetable for screening of new students from UTME and DE are being planned alongside all departmental lecture timetable for Undergraduates and Postgraduates students alike. By the timetable students are expected to be fully settled by third week of January.

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Source: Unilagadmissionlead

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