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UNILAG confirms withdrawal of admission list over alleged irregularit

The authorities at the University of Lagos ( (UNILAG), Akoka, have confirmed the withdrawal of the admission list for candidates who have chosen
to study in the university during the 2017/2018 academic session, which it earlier released last week.

The development has created palpable tension and anxiety among many parents and candidates, especially those whose names had appeared in the withdrawn list.

The victims, who are currently unsure of the current position of things, have called on the authorities to urgently address the matter and ensure justice. Confirming the development, the university’s Deputy Registrar, Information, Mr. Oluwatoyin Adebule, said as a responsible institution, the management withdrew the list to investigate the veracity of the allegation of irregularities leveled against it.

He said as soon as the issues are resolved, the list will be released again. According to Adebule, the withdrawal of the list became important so as to protect the integrity of the university, saying it is not in the character of the institution’s management to simply gloss over any such
allegation.

Comments

 

thanks for the information

 
Oluwasegun

Seriously, i sensed that this CAP of will help to reduce the rate of unethical issues in admission process.
Same way JAMB rejected UNILORIN admission list.

 
adewask
Oluwasegun: Seriously, i sensed that this CAP of will help to reduce the rate of unethical issues in admission process. Same way JAMB rejected UNILORIN admission list.

Seriously, i sensed that this CAP of will help to reduce the rate of unethical issues in admission process.
Same way JAMB rejected UNILORIN admission list.

 
adewask
Oluwasegun: Seriously, i sensed that this CAP of will help to reduce the rate of unethical issues in admission process. Same way JAMB rejected UNILORIN admission list.

this is serious

 
Barryjoe

why is this happening to the foremost university in Nigeria