University of Lagos has postponed her 2017 UTME Candidates’ screening exercise till further notice. This is due to the ongoing strike by members of Non Academic Staff Union (NASU), other associated bodies in Universities and Research institutes. They have stated that the federal government has not paid their allowances fully as against that of their ASUU colleagues. This development has put a stop to teaching and research in the institutions. It has also affected existing students’ course registration and accommodation for 2017/18 session.
Needless to mention the fact that it affected newly admitted UTME Candidates’ screening exercise. This was initially scheduled to commence on Monday 4th December. The University Calendar as a whole has been disrupted by the development. For more detail click >>>here
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