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The College of Lagos (UNILAG) has banned heavily-tinted autos forward of the restart of bodily lessons.

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The establishment stated the decision was reached after a evaluate of the safety challenges in Nigeria, together with assaults on colleges.

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor Analysis and Lecturers, Prof. Oluwole Familoni, introduced the choice on Friday.

Familoni addressed the media on UNILAG’s Could 9 resumption for the second semester of the 2019/2020 tutorial session.

The VC assured that UNILAG was taking vital steps to guard college students and members of employees.

“We’re in collaboration with safety companies for elevated presence on campus. We even have our personal intelligence that’s unknown to anybody,” he stated.

Familoni disclosed that extra autos could be supplied for safety patrol on campus. The lighting system has been improved, with extra digicam surveillance.

The administration appealed to college students to be safety acutely aware always and transfer in teams particularly at evening.

The DVC burdened that solely college students who meet laid down situations could be allowed into halls of residence.

They should have officially-allocated and paid mattress areas registered within the halls for the session.

Other than observing COVID-19 security protocols, college students should current proof of allocation – Corridor Move or Affirmation Slip – for the 2019/2020 Session, and submit a signed copy of the indemnity kind.

They need to current a bottle of sanitiser (minimal of 500ml), current at the least 20 facemasks, and put on the facemasks into and out of hostels always.

UNILAG college students are allowed to convey and register with corridor employees, private mattresses, lockers and desk/wall followers that meet corridor specs.

Nevertheless, they need to not be caught selling overcrowding in rooms. Squatters and floaters are not tolerated, in keeping with Familoni.

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