we here by to inform all student of of MAULAG [Formerly known as Unilag] that the Nigerian Senate has, despite many numerous protests against this notion, has approved the renaming of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) to the Moshood Abiola University of Lagos (MAULAG).

As it has been on the front pages of Nigerian Newspapers and most radio suctionn, President Goodluck Jonathan announced the name change of unilag on democracy day May 29th, 2012 during his address to the nation.

However, his decision to rename the University of Lagos after MKO Abiola the winner of the 1993 election, was hailed by some but sparked a huge protest in the University of Lagos with students angrily opposing the change of their institutions name.

Our source stats that the Senates has approved the renaming bill which was sent earlier in the week by President Goodluck Jonathan to bypass any embarrassing rejection of the name being change in what many Nigerians saw as illegal and un-constitutional even with some supporters of the renaming calling it as ill-timed or politically motivated. Movement.
Although the Nigerian Senate is on recess, the bill had been passed without delay, and and the Senate will make it publicly known after its members return from recess.

Other Educational institutions that were renamed in the same bill sent to the Senate were the Federal University of Technology, Umudike which was renamed to the Michael Okpara University, Umudike and the Federal Univeristy of Technology, Yola, which was renamed to the Modibbo Adamawa University.(modadau?)
hello, can someone here pronounce that name?

A law suit has been filed by students of the University of Lagos (Unilag) asking that the name, which was change was unconstitutional as it initially was done without parliamentary approval.

A hearing date for the matter has not been fixed yet by the Court.
Right Now, will the name be reverted back to the university of lagos?
Only time will tell, because right now, things are moving at a fast pace and UNILAG might be Maulag.