Following the Lagos State Government law on Yoruba language, these sic schools will stop admitting candidates who do not pass Yoruba in the O'levels.
The law according to the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Kehinde Bamigbetan is meant to preserve and promote the Yoruba language in all schools in Lagos.
This, therefore, implies that any secondary school leaver irrespective of their tribe will not be given admission into the state-controlled tertiary institutions if the candidate does not have a credit in Yoruba language in his/her O'level.
So, if you are seeking admission into tertiary institutions and you don't have a credit in Yoruba language, you'll need to steer clear of these six schools in Lagos.
Established in 1983, Lagos State University, LASU was established by the state government as a multi-campus institution with the main campus located in Ojo, while the faculty of Engineering is in Epe.
Popularly known as LASPOTECH, this state-owned polytechnic was established in 1977 and it is located in Ikorodu.
Established in 1994, Michael Otedola College of Primary Education (MOCOPED) is said to be the first specialized college of primary education in Nigeria. The College is located in Epe.
Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education (AOCOED) is another teacher training school in Lagos. Established in 1958, the College was founded as a Grade III teacher training college. It is situated at Otto/Ijanikin along Lagos/Badagry expressway.
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The state-government owned school of is located at Igando. The school was given a provisional accreditation by the Nursing and Midwifery Council, Nigeria (NMCN). in November 2013.
Formerly known as School of Hygiene, the College of Health Technology was established in 1920 by Dr. I. Oladipo Oluwole, the first Nigerian Medical Officer of Health. The health college is located in Yaba.
The Yoruba Language Preservation and Promotion Law has since Thursday, February 8, 2018, became effective.