LASU to sanction staff who resumes after 8: 00 am

In a bid to instill efficiency, service delivery and build confidence in the University system, Lagos State University, LASU Management has re-affirmed that the resumption time for members of staff remains 8:00 am, while the closing time is 4:00 pm.

According to Mr. Mohammed Olayinka Amuni, the institution’s Registrar  ” This information becomes imperative because the authority has noticed that some members of staff do not resume work or be at their duty post at the appropriate time.” 

Mr Amuni who last Monday in the company of some Deputy Registrars visited some offices, Units, Departments, Centers, Faculties discovered that as at 9:00 am, a large number of the workforce had not resumed for duty at their duty post. 

He said that ” In view of this unpleasant development, members of staff are strongly advised to desist from coming late to the office as well as not staying at their duty posts. ”

 So, members of staff who were not found at their duty post on Monday, 11th February, 2019, by 9:00a.m, are warned to desist from such act.

  Henceforth, those found contravening the resumption rule would be sanctioned accordingly.” LASU Registrar added. Meanwhile, Prof. Lanre Fagbohun, SAN  Vice Chancellor, LASU, Prof. recently inaugurated “Friends of LASU Initiative” Committee. 

Friends OF LASU Initiative, [FOLASU] is a vision geared towards building a global community of donors and partners for sustainable development of Lagos State University.

 The initiative aimed to raise at least Ten Million [10M] development partners across the globe who will voluntarily donate as little as One Thousand Naira (N1,000.00 i.e. $3 – $4 dollar) or more to Lagos State University, annually. 

The generated fund would be solely for Infrastructural development, maintenance of facilities, staff training, students’ welfare, research, among others.  Furthermore, the initiative going by the vision is to create a robust and sustainable revenue generation system for all-round development of the Institution. 

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