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Students are not permitted to bring cars to LAUTECH campus

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On Wednesday, the administration of Ladoke Akintola University in Ogbomoso, Oyo State, prohibited students from driving or bringing cars to school.

Additionally, the college forbade staff and students from driving automobiles with tinted windows, and new drivers were required to display learner permits on their vehicles.

The decision was made at a management meeting on Wednesday, according to a memo sent by the institution’s registrar, Kayode Ogunleye, and acquired by The PUNCH in Ibadan.

He said, “The University management at its regular meeting held, on Wednesday, March 22, 2023, deliberated on the occurrence of traffic on the campus and decided as follows:

“Vehicles owned by students are hereby banned from entering the university campus. Vehicles with no registration numbers are no longer allowed on campus. Roadside parking of vehicles should stop forthwith.”

The registrar also said unauthorised vehicles parked at various locations in the university should be taken out with immediate effect.

“Any unauthorized vehicles parked at various positions in the university should be taken out with immediate effect, failing which the university security will take appropriate action on such vehicles.

“Tinted vehicles being used by some staff and students are hereby prohibited. Learner permits must be placed on the vehicles of beginner drivers.

“The acting vice chancellor, bursar, university Liberian, provosts and deans, directors, heads of departments/units and acting head of security unit were copied in the memo,” Ogunleye said.

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