By Adejumo Kabir
Angola Hall, built in 1975, is one of the distanced halls of residence from the academic environment strictly constructed for the male. The hostel has a maximum capacity of 1,320 legal students occupants.
According to the history of the hostel, it was formerly known as an Emergency Hostel 1 and was later given the name ANGOLA HOSTEL.
Built in the year 1975 and now accommodate 1,320 students. It is located at more than 10,000 Metres away from the school main entrance.
It is the closest hostel to Mozambique and Awolowo Hostels, due to its security, the hostel has been dedicated mainly to the 1st year male students.
It is one of the most quiet and disciplined hostels on campus with scheduled hours of entrance for the female and for the visitors.
Officially, on working days (Monday – Friday), females and visitors are allowed to enter the hostel at exactly 4pm and must be out of the hostel by 10pm, while on week days (Saturday and Sunday) females and visitors are allowed to enter the hostel at exactly 10am and must be out of the hostel by 10pm.
Angola Hall is the bedrock of GREATIFE militancy has it houses agile, conscious, vigilant and intellectual students(freshers) who uphold the 4th line of the GREATIFE anthem “Aluta against all oppression”.