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SECURITY ALERT: UNILAG Prohibits ‘Heavily-Tinted’ Cars On Campus

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As part of plans to maintain adequate security, the management of the University of Lagos said it will no longer allow heavily-tinted vehicles into the campus ahead of the second-semester resumption.

This was made known by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research and Academics, Prof. Oluwole Familoni, on Friday at a press conference for the school’s reopening of the second semester, 2019/2020 academic session.

Familoni said the decision was necessary because of the incessant cases of insecurity in tertiary institutions.

“We are aware of the disturbing security situation in the country especially as it concerns institutions of higher learning.

“We are being proactive by taking some necessary steps to protect our students.

“We are in collaboration with some security agencies around our students for increased presence on campus.

“We also have our own intelligence that is unknown to anyone,” the official said.

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He added that UNILAG had asked for more security vehicles and motorised security that would be going around the campus.

“We have made everywhere well lit and have provided CCTV mechanisms.

“But having said this, I want to state that our students must help themselves by being security conscious at all times,” he said.

The official said that the university also prayed for divine protection.

According to him, UNILAG’s second semester of the 2019/2020 academic session will start on May 9.

He said only students who would meet laid down conditions will be allowed into halls of residence.

The deputy vice-chancellor, who also gave a report of UNILAG’s 2019/2020 first semester online teaching and examination, said that such students must have officially allocated and paid bed spaces registered in the halls for the session.

Familoni said the measures were aimed at avoiding overcrowding to curb COVID-19 spread.

He said that the university was mindful of the safety protocols put in place by the Federal Government to fight the pandemic.

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“Students must also present proof of allocation such as Hall Pass or Confirmation Slip for the 2019/2020 Session, as well as submit a signed copy of the indemnity form.

“They are to also present a bottle of sanitiser (minimum of 500ml), present at least 20 facemasks, wear the facemasks into and out of hostels at all times, and conform to all other the COVID-19 protocols.

“They must not be caught promoting overcrowding in rooms beyond their carrying capacity.

“In order words, squatters and floaters are no longer tolerated.

“Students are allowed to bring and register with hall staff, personal mattresses, lockers and table/wall fans that meet hall specifications.

“Students who meet all these above conditions can move into the hostels from Sunday, May 9, and be willing to obey all extant rules and regulations with associated penalties for hostel residency,’’ he said.