Autopsy reveals the real cause of LASU student’s death

 The Lagos State University Students Union (LASUSU) ‎on Wednesday said the autopsy report on the death of a 200 level female students confirmed that she died naturally.   Mr Tayo Sekoni, the LASU SU President, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos. He spoke to NAN on the sideline of a news briefing organised by the union at the institution’s main campus in Ojo, Lagos. Sekoni said the autopsy report confirmed that Gbadeyan’s death was natural and unconnected to anyone. He said that following the autopsy report, the students union filed a case on behalf of 11 students suspended by the university authority in connection with the incident “Since nobody was connected to Gbadeyan’s death, the suspension had been lifted by the management. He said the union taught it was unwise for the suspended students to be ‎ punished for a sin they did not commit and the university authority...

Ambode appoints Fagbohun as LASU VC

TVCE [IKEJA] - Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, has approved the appointment of Prof. Olanrewaju Adigun Fagbohun as the 8th substantive Vice-Chancellor of the Lagos State University (LASU). The appointment was announced in a statement signed on Wednesday by the state’s Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Steve Ayorinde.The statement said, “Following the expiration of the tenure of Prof. John Oladapo Obafunwa as the 7th substantive Vice-Chancellor of Lagos State University on 31st October, 2015, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration), Prof. Fidelis Olisamedua Njokanma assumed the position of Acting Vice-Chancellor. “A Professor of Environmental Law, Olanrewaju Adigun Fagbohun, was born on 19th October, 1966 and hails from Akesan in the Alimosho Local Government area of Lagos State. Prof. Fagbohun joined the Faculty of Law of the Lagos State University (LASU) as an Assistant Lecturer in January 1991. He rose through the ranks and by the year 2004, he was appointed Associate Professor.  “He studied Law...