UNILAG: Prof Soyombo to address university staff, press on Wednesday

Professor Omololu Soyombo, who was appointed as the acting vice-chancellor of the University of Lagos(UNILAG) Akoka, by the institution’s governing council following the termination of the appointment of Professor Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, will address workers of the university and thereafter the pressmen on Wednesday.

Soyombo gave this hint on Tuesday through a Whatsapp message to our correspondent.

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Soyombo said both addresses, which he called interaction, would take place at the Senate foyer.

By that addresses, he would perform his first official outing as the vice-chancellor of the university.

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