Unilag medical students have embarked on a protest, after the school’s management announced that power supply in hostel will be reduced to 3 hours per day.
The proposed power supply schedule is supposed to take off today, and the Unilag medical students will be one hour power supply in the morning and two hours at night. Here is the notice served to the students below;
This is coming after it was reported that engineering students of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) are seeking ways to generate electricity outside the national grid for rural communities in a bid to promote research and growth.
The students were making the effort under the umbrella of University of Lagos Engineering Association.
“We want to proffer a solution to poor electricity supply. We want to see how to give electricity in rural areas a boost.
“We want to generate electricity that will be independent of the national grid,’’ Mr. Mojolaoluwa Keshinro, a member of the association, said in Lagos