The management of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), yesterday, ordered the immediate closure of the institution, following students’ protests over epileptic power supply and poor water supply, reports Vanguard.
According to the circular released by the school’s management, closure was also attributed to the difficulties faced by the “large number of students” living off campus to attend classes as a result of the lingering fuel crisis.
“Senate noted that the problem of poor municipal service is a national issue that the governments at both state and federal level are addressing,” the circular stated.
The university management said it was suspending all academic activities on campus to forestall further breakdown of law and order.
Students were also ordered to vacate their halls of residence on or before 10am on Friday, April 8, 2016.
“A decision to re-open for normal academic activities will be made as soon as municipal services improve.
“All members of the University community are enjoined to go about their normal activities as adequate security measures have been put in place,” the circular added.
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