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LASU announces date for 2020/2021 freshers’ Matriculation Ceremony

The Lagos State University (LASU) has announced the date for the2020/2021 matriculation ceremony of the newly admitted students of the university.The ceremony has been slated to hold on Monday, 25th October, 2021. The venue will be at Buba Marwa Auditorium, Main Campus, Ojo, Lagos by 10.00 a.m prompt. All the Matriculating students are to pay Five Thousand Naira (N5,000) only to the university, through online payment for their matriculation gowns and other packages.Matriculants should note that only Matriculating students in gowns, with face masks will be allowed into the venue and they are to be seated by 9.30 a.m.
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LASU COMMENCES PAYMENT OF SCHOOL FEES AND opening of course registration portal

The management of Lagos State University has commenced the payment of school fees and opening of online registration portal from Thursday 9th September, 2021. This will last for a period 5 weeks. Payment of school fees will close on Thursday 7th October, 2021 while online course registration portal will close on Thursday 14th October, 2021. Course operations will be enabled between Thursday 14th October, 2021 and Wednesday 21st October, 2021. And this ends the period of online courses registration for the first semester, 2020/2021 session. All students are enjoined to comply strictly to the above directive, as failure to adhere
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POLICE ARRESTS 3 OF ITS OFFICERS WHO ROBBED A LASU STUDENT OF 153,000

The Police in Ogun State has arrested three of its mobile officers who reportedly extorted one Hezekiah Oluwaponmile, a student of the Lagos State University (LASU), of the sum of N153,000. The cops, attached to PMF16, were identified as Inspector Sunday John with AP/NO. 310332; Sergeant Jimoh Asimiya with F/NO. 447461 and Sergeant Solomon Adedapo with F/NO. 498346 SGT. Oluwaponmile had taken to the social media on Sunday to report how the officers had forced him “at gunpoint” to transfer N153,000 via a Point of Sale (POS) operator. The victim said he met the police officers at Siun, while on
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