In response to the escalating levels of global insecurity, crime, drug abuse, and other social disorders, Kakalistiq.com reports that the Lagos State University of Education (LASUED) emphasizes the imperative for stakeholders to collaborate in ensuring the university’s resilience, growth, and success. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Bidemi Lafiaji-Okuneye, conveyed this message during the opening of a security summit held in Otto-Ijanikin, Lagos.
Prof. Lafiaji-Okuneye asserted, “As major stakeholders, we must join hands to nurture and protect the promising citadel of learning. In the face of increasing global challenges, we need to address social misdemeanors effectively to guarantee the survival, growth, and prosperity of the university. Our collective effort is essential to securing the university’s future, ensuring our names are written in gold as contributors to its success.”
Highlighting the necessity for all-encompassing support, she emphasized the need to tackle challenges collectively to safeguard the university’s reputation. The security summit, organized by the university management, reflects the commitment to addressing security concerns and promoting a safe learning environment.
Prof. Lafiaji-Okuneye also commended the university’s remarkable development and achievements within one year of its establishment amid national and local challenges. LASUED, formed by merging MOCPED and AOCOED, stands as a testament to the leadership’s dedication, determination, courage, focus, and objectivity.
Established in 2022, LASUED received approval from the National Universities Commission and recognition from the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board in February 2022. The university recently admitted a new set of students in line with its commitment to academic excellence and holistic development.