Campus Conflict – Unilag vs Unilag: Pros And Cons.

You are probably confused about the title, but let me assure you that it is very intentional.

Two days ago, Unilag students flooded social media with complaints about the balloting process; which is basically you trying to get bed space on the school’s system.

So, this week’s campus conflict is going in a different direction. We’re going to highlight the pros and cons of Unilag; and you get to choose if you will still pick it if you had another chance.


Beautiful scenery.

I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves:



None of those caging rules you find in some other universities.

Flexible Schedule.

You get to be flexible with your time. Skipping lectures is also not that difficult to do, compared with some other schools.



You know this just has to be here. The fer of strike is the beginning of wisdom for every Unilag student (It’s not me that said it o). Whenever Unilag or ASUU trends on twitter………

Complete the sentence.

Balloting Wahala.

To book hostel space is stress, stress and stress. The portal is always congested and slow:

Let’s stop here, before Unilag students come for us.

So, what’s it going to be?

Let us know in the comment; and share with any Unilag student you know!

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