Lagos State Government at the weekend presented 12, 14-seater buses to student union executives of state and federal government-owned tertiary institutions in the state.
The beneficiaries were the student unions of the University of Lagos, the Lagos State University, LASU; Yaba College of Education and Federal College of Education (technical), Akoka.
Others were those of the Michael Otedola College of Primary Education, St. Augustine’s College of Education, and the Federal College of Fisheries and Oceanography.
The student unions of the Adeniran Ogunsanya College of the Education and Lagos State College of Health Technology also benefitted from the gift.
Fashola, while presenting the buses to the beneficiaries, said the buses were redemption of his promise to them.
He said the buses were to ease the transportation of the executives of the student unions, both within and outside of their respective institutions.
The governor explained that the buses were also presented to students of federal institutions in the state because it concerned the welfare of all students.
He added that the government had consistently shared in the burden of police, customs and some other federal institutions in the state, to ensure that they served the residents efficiently.
Fashola said the government was presently upgrading infrastructure at the LASU, to make the institution an enviable citadel of learning.

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