University of Lagos students have taken their fury to the court.
This comes after the federal university put its Post-UTME cut-off mark for candidate seeking admission into the university at 250 instead of the 180 approved by UTME.
According to a report on The Punch, scores of placard-carrying students on Friday morning, July 24, 2015, stormed a Federal High Court in Lagos in continuation of their protest
The students, who came to court in two BRT vehicles, were led by one of their lawyers, Alex Ogedengbe.
Aspiring unilag students go to court
It was gathered that counsel for the students had gone to the court’s registry to file a suit as at 11.30am when newsmen got to the scene.
According to the protesting students, the high cut-off mark by Prof. Dibu Ojerinde, the Registrar of the Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB), is an alleged plan to stop them from writing entrance examination into the University of Lagos for this year’s admission.
This development comes after JAMB came out to say schools have the right to do so if they wish