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By Dorcas Aluko

The National Union of Lagos State Students (NULASS), the umbrella body for all Lagos indigenous students studying across the globe recently inaugurated  a  13-man executive council to direct its affairs.

The event, which held at The Education Glass Hall of University of Lagos,  was well-attended by indigenous Lagos State students across the country.

The guest speaker at the event, Mr. Tayo Olosunde, who spoke on role of youths and students  in national development, urged members of NULASS to contribute their quota towards national development by making themselves employable.

His words: “The first national development duty or role is to be a success. Do not be part of the problem of the country as the unemployment rate in Nigeria is saddening. Do not join the number. Contribute to national development by passing in flying colours, making yourself employable and finding what to do to help the economy.


“As comrades, have something you are doing for yourselves, so you don’t end up being pushed around. A broke comrade will be used as a political thug. Comrades should not depend on politicians but make themselves employable.”

He also advised them to pay their taxes as responsible Lagosians and have positive impact on young people around them.

Shasanya Akinola, the newly-elected president in an interview, assured the members of the union of a positive change during his tenure.

“The students of Lagos State should expect more because the reward for hardwork is more work and we have much to do. We are assuring students of Lagos State that NULASS is back. NULASS is ready to take up their responsibility and fight for their interests, so they should watch out and expect more. Things have gone wrong, but we are here to change the narrative. We will try to do our very best to make sure that is achieved,” he said.

Mr. Tayo Sanyaolu, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Tertiary Education, Youth and Students Relations  assured the union of his unflinching support and that of the Lagos  State Governor.

“I  will give my best and support the movement because it is now a movement and we are trying to go beyond that. This is Lagos and we are excellent. I know Mr. Governor has a passion for youths and students, so supporting them is not a problem,” he said.



Source: The Nation Online

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