The Vice Chancellor of the University of Lagos, UNILAG, Professor Rahmon Bello stated that the family of late Miss Oluchi Anekwe who was electrocuted by a faulty cable must be compensated by Eko Electricity Distribution Plc, EKEDP.
According to report, Bello who spoke during a press briefing at UNILAG’s conference centre said:
“The Federal Government panel findings has established that the faulty cable which caused Oluchi’s death belong to EKEDP and they must pay compensation to the family of the deceased.
“EKEDP has […]
Students of the University of Lagos, UNILAG, Akoka, on Monday, shut the university’s two exit gates, to protest what they described as the invasion of bedbugs and mosquitoes in their hostels.
ADELOVE gathered that the protest by the irate students which began as early as 7am, led to a hectic traffic snarl within and around the university
A social-wake was yesterday held at the Okota, Lagos residence, of Chief Basil Anekwe, father of the 300 level Accountancy student of the University of Lagos, Oluchi Anekwe, who was electrocuted last Tuesday while on her way to her on-campus apartment. This is just as the body of the deceased had been taken to her home town in Igbo-Etiti Local Government Area of Enugu, with preparation for burial in the pipeline.
Her devastated father who spoke with Newsmen, described the incident […]
University of Lagos Students have been protesting at the gate for hours now.
Both entrances to the campus have been blocked, and there is heavy security presence everywhere.
The students are protesting the death of a fellow student, Miss Oluchi Anekwe, a 300 level Accounting student who was electrocuted in the school campus yesterday.
The students blame the school management for her death, saying if the live wire that fell on her had been attended to, her death would have been avoided.
The students […]
It was gathered that Nigerians, especially the youths, have continued to protest xenophobic attacks on foreigners, especially Nigerians, in South Africa.
The latest protesters included the students of the University of Lagos and members of the Youth Action for Success.
The UNILAG students on Monday staged a protest at the South Africa’s High Commission, Lagos, while the YAS members took to the streets of Enugu on Tuesday.
The UNILAG students delivered a protest letter to the South African High Commissioner, Amb. Lulu Mguni, […]