LASU Students Will Participate In Sanwo-Olu’s Peace Walk
Students have joined the Governor’s campaign for a peace walk to symbolize peace in the state.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
On Thursday, during Governor Babajide Sanwo-visit Olu’s to the Lagos State University, students accepted his offer of a peace walk, which he had before suggested to certain youths in the state.
Some participants in the #ENDSARS movement were against the governor’s proposed walk, which he recommended earlier in the week.
The Governor’s request for a peace walk has sparked a lot of debate in the aftermath of the state’s official stance on the #ENDSARS judicial panel’s recommendations. With other people invited on the walk, such as Mr. Macaroni, declining his plea for peace.
The LASU students, on the other hand, have rallied to the governor’s rescue, pledging to join him on the walk because of their friendship with him. During a visit to the school to inaugurate an arcade, the institution’s Student Union president made this comment.
“To Mr Governor, Sir, it is what you signed up for but we are indebted to you. Be rest assured, whenever you walk, we will work with you. We will be by your side. Whenever you run, we will run with you to the end,” Badmus pledged on behalf of his fellow students.
“I want to tell you that we are on this journey together, and together we will build the biggest university in the whole of Africa and it will compete with the greatest universities in the entire world.
“I feel highly honored that all of you have turned out in large numbers to come and see the possibilities of what we can do collectively.
“This arcade will provide the right atmosphere for the leadership of the Student Union of LASU and opportunity for students management better relationship. It would provide an opportunity to engage with the wonderful youths in LASU because this is also a building to develop the future leaders that are leaders here today,” he concluded.
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