Lagos - Students of the College of Medicine, Lagos University Teaching Hospital on Sunday trooped out to protest against incessant robbery attacks on the campus, Punch reports.
The campus gate in the Idi-Araba area was condoned off by the aggrieved students, who prevented vehicular movements, while the school security guards were reportedly chased out of the institution.
The protest started after the robbers unleashed another attack on some students around 3.30am on Sunday at a mosque, where they usually study overnight.
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It was learnt that the incident made it the seventh time that students of the institution would be raided by armed robbers in three months.
In the latest robbery, the robbers, who were armed with knives, machetes, among other weapons, dispossessed students of valuables, including money, laptops, phones, IPods and IPads.
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