LASU suspends 3 students for attempting to abduct union president

THE management of Lagos State University (LASU) on Friday said it had suspended three of its students for allegedly attempting to abduct the President of LASU Student Union (LASUSU), Mr Tayo Sekoni, on his way home from school, on Thursday.

A statement issued by the management identified the culprits as Oladayo Mojeed Babatunde, Adebanjo Fatai Adekoya, and Fola Kosoko.

According to the statement, Babatunde and Adekoya are 500-Level students from the School of Transport and the Faculty of Law, respectively; while Kosoko is a “fresh graduate”.

It was further indicated that the three would be directed to appear before the Students’ Disciplinary Committee in due course.

“The aforementioned students / graduate have been strongly instructed not to participate in the socio-academic activities of the prestigious Lagos State University until the suspension is lifted. In addition, the suspended students / graduate are not to be seen within the university premises except on invitation,” the statement added.