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UNILAG ASUU Chairman speaks on appointment of Professor Ogunsola as acting VC

By TVC News Nigeria
27 August 2020   |   4:16 pm
In this interview, the chairman of the Academic Staff Union, University of Lagos chapter, Dele Ashiru, speaks on the appointment of Professor Folasade Ogunsola as the acting Vice chancellor of the university.

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