Oh boy, have you heard the latest news? Ladoke Akintola University has officially joined the “No Car Zone” club! That’s right, no more zooming around campus in your ride, students. And don’t even think about bringing in a car with tinted windows or no registration, because that’s a big no-no.
The registrar, Kayode Ogunleye, said that the decision was made after a management meeting where they discussed the traffic situation on campus. Apparently, the roads were getting a little too chaotic for their liking, so they decided to put the brakes on students’ cars.
If you’re a beginner driver, don’t worry, you can still bring your car on campus. But you better stick a learner’s permit on that bad boy or the university security will be after you.
And staff members, you’re not off the hook either. No more cruising around in your tinted vehicles. The university has spoken, and they want to be able to see who’s driving around in style.
So, if you see any unauthorized vehicles parked around campus, you better move them fast or risk getting the university security on your tail. The memo was copied to the acting vice chancellor, bursar, university librarian, provosts, deans, directors, heads of departments/units, and even the acting head of security unit. Looks like they’re not messing around.
Well, looks like it’s time to put away those keys and start practicing your power-walking skills, students. Who needs cars when you have a good pair of sneakers, right?
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