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UNILAG shut down indefinitely following students’ protest over fuel, water and power cut

The management of the University of Lagos have shut down the school indefinitely following a riot by the students over poor power and water supply in the campus yesterday April 7th. The students were also rioting over the difficulty faced by some of their colleagues living off campus to get to classes due to the lingering fuel crisis.

A statement by the school management mandated the students to vacate the hostels by 10am this morning. Police and soldiers have arrived the school premises to effect the order and also to maintain law and order. A copy of the circular from the school below..

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