UNILAG students hold King Jaja hall week

​Students of the King Jaja hall of the University of

Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka on Sunday kicked off their

annual ‘Hall week’.

With the theme: “Efficacy, Edifice and Ethics”, the

event seek to advocate the return of the hostel to

its good-old days.

The event, which started on a light note on Sunday

and billed to run through Friday, 19 of August has a

line up of activities such as: health talk, debate and

quiz, career talk, football quiz competitions, table

tennis championship ceremony, cooking competition

and general feeding of residents.

While speaking at the press conference held at king

Jaja Hall, the Hall Chairman, Tosin Ibrahim urged

alumni of the school who had once inhabited within

the Hall to come to the aid of the Varsity by

contributing to its development as present students

alone cannot do it all.

He said: “The hall week is to initiate meaningful

development in various ramifications through

endowments because the university cannot do it

alone. We are using this medium to call on alumni of

UNILAG who once stayed in King Jaja hall to always

pay regular visit to the hall of residence.

Ibrahim added that the activities will not only help

to fish out new talents, but will also help to develop

existing ones.