Details of Meeting held between LASU MANAGMENT AND 29th Students’ Union Executives and Functionaries of the Parliament

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. ‘Lanre Fagbohun, SAN, and members of the University Management was at the round -table discussion on matters relating to the WELFARE of the ๐Ÿ—บ World Class students of the ๐Ÿ—บWorld Class University with the new leadership of the Lagos State University Students’ Union ably being led by Comrade OLADELE Olawale ‘Tayo.

The maiden “Breakfast Meeting” for the 29th LASUSU Executive members was held in the Conference Room of the Vice Chancellor at the Faculty of Science New ๐Ÿ› Building, Main Campus, Ojo, Lagos.

The Agenda for the all important inaugural “Breakfast Meeting” for the 29th LASUSU Executives include :

(1). Opening Remarks by Acting Dean, Students’ Affairs – Dr. Oluwafemi Obayori
(2). Welcome Address by the Vice Chancellor, Prof. ‘Lanre Fagbohun, SAN
(3). Report of the Last Town Hall Meeting of the University Management And the Entire Students of Lagos State University held on Monday, 25th February, 2019
(4). Report of Students’ Union Buses (A Coaster and 14 Seater Hiase)
(5). Startup Fund for the New Executives
(6). Students’ Arcade
(7). State of the LASUSU Current Office (Temporary Office at Law)
(8). Female Hostel
(b). Disable Students
(9). Students’ I.D cards
(10). Internship at the Library
(11). Implementation of Code of Conduct on Dressing by Marshal
(12). LASUSU Buses
(13). External Campus Hostels
(14). Closing.

In the meeting that lasted for One (1) Hour, Fifteen minutes, the Vice Chancellor, Prof. ‘Lanre Fagbohun, SAN, took his time to educate and inform the fresh Students’ Leaders to be more responsible and responsive to their colleagues needs, adding that they should always act in the interest of themselves and that of their Colleagues. He equally told them that the Dean, Students’ Affairs and his hard working team will continue to counsel the students to do the right thing at all time.

He added that the Students’ Leaders will have a workshop/training which will be put together by the Students’ Affairs and the Centre for Information, Press and Public Relations very soon.๐Ÿ‘†The Vice Chancellor passionately counselled the Students’ Leaders to eschew the use of “I” and go for “WE”…” …you need not to promote individualism…we are not interested in your politics but we are interested in what is RIGHT… throw away the individual agenda. Operate as ONE BODY and you will surely enjoy yourselves very well. We ๐Ÿ’• love you, we want to work with you, we will work with you, we will not allow you to truncate the PEACE we enjoy at the University.” The VC said.

๐Ÿ‘†The Acting, Dean Students’ Affairs Dr. Oluwafemi Obayori equally corroborated the Vice Chancellor’s statements and added that “…you must not embrace the concept of individualism i.e the use of I, I, I…but WE”. The ADSA commended the Brilliant Members of the University Management for always being ready to listen to them.

Before the meeting came to a close, the Vice Chancellor said “…we will continue to enforce our rules and regulations. On dress code, we don’t tell students what to wear, but, we tell them what NOT to wear. Let us sensitise ourselves as students’ leaders, sensitise your constituency too…we have told our security operatives there should be no physical assault on our world class students.”
๐Ÿ‘†At the Breakfast meeting, it was mentioned by the Representative of the Chief Security Officer; Mr. Edu that the Security Department of the University now has a Unit called “FEMALE GENDER PROTECTION”.

The meeting advised the Security Department as a whole to show more maturity while discharging their responsibilities. Indeed, it was an interactive session between the Numero Uno Vice Chancellor, Prof. ‘Lanre Fagbohun, SAN, Management Members and Our ๐Ÿ—บWorld Class Students’ Leaders. Vice Chancellor gave room for other Principal Officers to attend to the Students on issues relating to their offices. All the issues were robustly discussed,โ“ questions were raised, responses/answers/clarifications were given appropriately and convincingly.

Hear what the Students’ Leaders say at the end of the Breakfast Meeting one after the other ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿพ

๐Ÿ‘†Vice President, Ojo, Onoche Princess (Delta State) : ” …it was fantastic because we had the opportunity to talk on our experiences in office in the last One (1) month and two (2) days in office. The VC wants to know the challenges and how we have been coping. He preached ๐Ÿ’• love to us. We are LASU, We are Proud”

๐Ÿ‘†29th LASUSU Speaker; Rt. Hon. Mutiu Kuku : (Ogun State) “…It was very okay…we wish such should continue. It promotes inclusiveness in governance. The meeting taught us on how to go through LASU and allow LASU to go through us.”

29th Clerk of the House; Hon. Zainab Adeyemi (Kwara State) : “…it was my first time and first experience. The VC gave us room to communicate with him like Father. We are LASU, We are Proud.

๐Ÿ‘†Vice President LASUCOM Ikeja, Campus; Tobi Obajimi (Ogun State) : “…it made a lot of sense. We were able to converse directly with the VC. Issues were trashed out immediately. This is very rare in other Schools, I’m looking forward to having more of it.”

๐Ÿ‘†Vice President, Epe Campus; Sannu Ibrahim (Edo State) : “…This is not my first time, I was once here during the 27th students’ union as Welfare Director, Epe. So far so good I have been able to have an impression about the VC. He talks on engagement and dialogue. Going back to Epe Campus now, I know what to tell my Colleagues. The issue of Hostel has been clarified and resolved here.”

๐Ÿ‘†29th Deputy Speaker; Oke Ayodeji Todeji (Lagos) : “…the meeting was needed for the Union and the University at large to move forward. I commend the VC and other Members of the Management for the initiative and hope it will continue.”

๐Ÿ‘†29th LASUSU President Oladele Olawale Oluwatayo (OLADELZ) (Lagos) : “…The University Management is giving us roundtable to discuss our grievances and trying to help us to harmonise our house (Union). We appreciate this and will work harder towards taking LASU as a whole to greater height.”

Kappo Samuel Olawale 27th LASUSU PRESIDENT Lagos State University A Badagrian A Politician

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