The management of the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta (FUNAAB) has extended the re-opening of the institution, scheduled for today, till further notice.
The university senate which took the decision at a meeting last Monday, also set up a committee to investigate the disturbance, leading to the seven day closure of the university, to determine the new date for the resumption of academic activities.
The senate explained that the decision is to assist the institution in providing additional security measures, to compliment the government security initiative, including the regular police patrol of the university environ at night.
Other security arrangements include the involvement of the affected communities in engaging the services of the vigilante, the building of more hostels on campus now at various stages of completion, ending of lecture by 6: pm, to allow students get home before dusk, and the provision of transport services to convey students to their various destinations
The university was shut down last week for seven days, following the violent protest by some students of the institution against the incessant robbery attack on most of their hostels at Isolu area, near the Alabata campus.