The Log Out Week for LAUTECH’s Class’18 graduating students’ tagged ‘INVICTA XVIII’ kicked off today with a press conference. At the press conference held today at 250 LT, Adeyemi Remilekun, popularly called Remmybellz, the chairman made it known in his speech that this year’s Log Out Week will be different from those of time past as they have informative and educative events lined up for the celebration with a lot of public figures in attendance.
“We’re trying to set a landmark and show our junior ones that log out week can be celebrated responsibly and can be fun filled without things going rough as the case has always been.”
He further stated that the Alumni Park and the students’ car park beside MKO LT are the car parks provided for the graduating students to avoid congestion on campus due to the usual unorderly manner in which cars are lined up during the Log Out Week. He assured everyone that maximum security will be put in place. He, however, warned that expulsion is the penalty for any graduating students who go against the school’s rules and regulations during the Log out week as stated by the VC.
The DSA, Dr. Kazeem Ademola Ige who was also present, claimed that in time past, log out week on campus has never been as planned by the INVICTA XVIII. He commended their efforts and pledged the school’s continual support for their event.
“We approved this year’s log out week and offered our full support to them after a lot of deliberation having gone through the events lined up, and we were convinced because the events are inspiring and highly motivating.”
He also implored all graduating students to cooperate with the committee to have a befitting program.
“This is the most educative log out week in the history of LAUTECH,” said Abiodun Oluwaseun (Laurel), the SUG president. He promised that the Union will support the Log out week financially and also implored all graduating students to pay their levy.
Wasiu Olatunbosun, The Honourable Speaker of the SUG, advised all graduating students to comply with the school’s rules to avoid issues in their final year.