By Ilesanmi Zaenab
The management of University of Ilorin has on Friday told its International Students returning from trips outside Nigeria to upon their arrival submit selves for medical examinations in the Institution’s clinic.
The directive, specifically directed to the foreign students, is contained in an Internal memorandum emanated from the office of the Director, Centre for International Students Education in the University, Professor F. A. O. Olasehinde-William
The memo as signed by Olasehinde-William directs “all International students returning to campus from trips outside Nigeria to immediately proceed to the University Clinic for medical examination”.
Stated further in the release, the medical screening exercise is integral factor to the students’ studentship in the University failure of which is posited to have infraction to their stay in the University.
“This medical test is an important requirement for maintaining your studentship with the University. As such, you are enjoined to adhere strictly to this directive immediately on your arrival.”, the memo reads in part.
Recalled that last week Thursday 6 of March, UCJ-UNILORIN reported that the University had set up a preventive Committee to be on the lookout for any possible case of the Wuhan originated virus which has spread across all the continents in the world except Antarctica.