The Special Visitation Panel set up by the Federal Government to probe the crisis rocking the University of Lagos, UNILAG, on Monday, collated memoranda from the public and started its sitting behind closed doors.
The box, where the memoranda were dropped by interested persons, which was placed at the entrance of the Council Chambers, was emptied and taken into the Chambers at about 2 pm in accordance with the time frame given by the panel.
Those who came after the time limit to drop their memos were unable to do so, as the dropbox was emptied into a big bag popularly called “Ghana must go” bag and taken into the Senate Chambers where members of the panel were waiting and the door shut.
The Memoranda were submitted in 10 hard copies and backed by a soft copy sent to the panel electronically.
Apart from the security guards provided by the university, policemen from Sabo Police Division were also on hand.
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