Olatunji-Bello gave the assurance on Wednesday, in Badagry.
LASU said the move was part of the ongoing investigation into the allegation of certificate racketeering in the institution.
In a ruling by Justice Maureen Esowe, the court also ordered that Udegbe be paid her salary differential.
Olumoko’s removal followed a publication on Monday by an online news title.
The story, according to The Punch, revealed that a certificate racketeering syndicate had genuine Lagos State University certificates that anyone interested could purchase for between N2m and N3m, all depending on the technicality of the course involved.
The Lagos State University has debunked a report alleging that it has yet to graduate students converting from the Higher National Diploma to Bachelor’s Degree since 2020 in spite of huge sums they paid.
Unprecedentedly all-encompassing. It tore through the severe tide of the nation’s harsh season with the so-called off and on days of fuel price hike induced palliative. The entire family congregated for the greatest celebrations ever in the arena of Communication programme in LASU.
Olatunji-Bello made this known Wednesday at a news conference with student-journalists and influencers, to mark the second Anniversary of her assumption of office as LASU vice-chancellor.
Lagos State University, LASU, Ojo, is set to begin a weeklong celebration of what it describes as its towering Communication Programme late Sunday.
As some of you might recall, I was the keynote speaker at the inaugural fair in 2019 as a guest of LASU, when Professor Olanrewaju Fagbohun, SAN birthed this fair.
The son of former Governor, Seyi, made the call Monday, at the Lateef Jakande Annual Memorial Lecture, 2023, organised by the Nigerian Guild of Editors.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the students awarded the scholarship were: Aminat Yusuf with 5.0 CGPA, Balqees Rufai (4.61 CGPA), Maryam Lawal (4.57 CGPA) and Medinah Olowogaba (4.51 CGPA).
Akintola, who is a Professor of Islamic Eschatology, on Monday clocked the age of 70, necessitating his retirement as an accomplished academic.
Olatunji-Bello, represented by Prof. Adenike Boyo, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration), said this at a Day of Tributes organised for the late professor by the Faculty of Communications and Media Studies, LASU, in Lagos.
Two weeks later, the Governor hosted the valedictorian at the State House, Marina. Aminat came in the company of her parents, Ibrahim Yusuf and Hajia Halimah.
The gesture was announced by the Governor during his speech at the grand finale of the University’s 26th Convocation Ceremony and 40th year anniversary.
In a statement issued on Monday in Abeokuta, jointly signed by its Chairman, Wale Olanrewaju and Secretary, Bunmi Adigun, the union also described the late professor as a father figure who built many ”libraries in human being”.
MURIC, in a press release signed by its Lagos State Chapter Chairman Sunday, Busari Jamiu Muhammad Ademola
Olatunji-Bello made the plea at the 26th convocation of the 2020/2021 and 2021/2022 academic sessions of the institution on Wednesday in Lagos.
Sanwo-Olu Friday on his Facebook page, felicitated Yusuf, a law student, for achieving a remarkable feat, being the first undergraduate in 40 years to obtain a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 5.0.
Elegushi, in a condolence message by his Special Assistant, Public Affairs, Temitope Oyefeso, in Lagos on Wednesday, described the death of Okubena-Dipeolu as shocking and painful.