Thursday, August 29

LAUTECH renews ban on indiscriminate parking

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Michael Ologunde has empowered the University Security committee to renew its efforts at ensuring that nobody parks vehicles indiscriminately while on any of the Institution's campuses.

Speaking with Chairman of the Committee, Professor Olatunde Michael Oni, he The also mandated the security Committee to carry out other functions towards ensuring safe and healthy driving on the two campuses.

To this end the Committee wishes to inform the University Community that:

(i) Any motorist coming into the University must obtain a tally at the gate and submit the tally when he/she is going out of the University and all motorists must submit themselves for security check at the gate.

(ii) Indiscriminate parking of vehicles along the road sides is now prohibited.  Any vehicle found at unauthorized places will be clamped down and the owner will be sanctioned accordingly.

(iii) Open space in front of PDS complex, MKO lecture Hall car park and old motion ground car park have been designated as car parks for all students.  Under no circumstance should any student go beyond these points.

(iv) Modalities for vehicles registration for members of staff and students are being worked out and University Community will be informed when it is ready.

The Committee hereby solicits the cooperation of every member of the University Community in making LAUTECH a peaceful place.


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