The students are also demanding the immediate reversal of their “obnoxious” school fees hike, reopening of the examination registration portal, and democratic management of the school among others.
The students, numbering about 20, are chanting solidarity songs as they march through Agindingbi towards the Lagos House complex in Alausa.
LASU was shut on January 23 following students protest. The school authority said on Monday that the university would be re-opened onFebruary 24.
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