Lagos State University (LASU) shuts down indefinitely due to violent protest by students.

The Lagos State University (LASU), owned by the Lagos State government has closed down indefinitely. This decision was made following the violent protests by students that broke out in the school.

According to reports the protest started on Thursday, 22nd January after the Vice Chancellor, Prof. John Obafunwa shutdown the school's registration portal. It was gathered that the portal was shutdown to deny student who didn't pay their fees on time access to registration.

You will recall that LASU increased their school fees to N250, 000 a while back, which has made it difficult for some students to pay their fees and access the registration portal on time.

Over a thousand students have been reportedly denied access to registration even though exams was billed to start today 23rd January.

So, after an unsuccessful peaceful protest by students to get access to the portal, they resorted to violence and blablabla....rolls eyes!

Luckily, no life was lost.

From ASUU strike to indefinite shutdown of school! Education in Nigeria is a plain joke....kapish.


  1. Why shouldnt the allow students to register na? Meaning if they do not register they get an automatic extra year? The whole country is a total mess. Shame


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