• The Lagos State University, will during its 20th convocation ceremony, award diploma, first and higher degree certificates to a total of 6,885 graduates.

    Speaking during the pre-convocation press briefing, the Vice Chancellor, Profesor John Obafunwa, stated that the university produced six First Class graduates from various faculties.

    A breakdown of graduates from both full and part time programmes, showed that the Faculty of Arts has 764; Education 2,659; Engineering 91; Law 202; Management Science 1, 617; Science 728; Social Sciences 472; School of Communications 262; College of Medicine 79 and School of Transport 11.

    Prof. Obafunwa described the 20th convocation ceremony as historic and unique due to the fact that, it would be the last convocation ceremony to be witnessed by Governor Fashola and visitor of the university.

    He lauded the governor’s invaluable contributions to the stability, growth and development of LASU during his eight years administration.

    The VC disclosed that the university would not award any honorary degrees in line with the directive of Governor Babatunde Fashola and the decision of the Governing Council.

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