The meeting, which was held at the instance of the Alangua of Tanke community, Alhaji Umaru Salaudeen, at his Chambers, had all the 25 Mogajis within the community and the university staffers in attendance.
Speaking, the Dean, Student Affairs Unit, Unilorin, Prof. Musa Yakubu, thanked the stakeholders for their support in the area of security.
He said that a lot had been done by the unit toward boosting security in the university community.
Yakubu suggested the setting up of a committee that would strategically work on the resolutions and drive the implementation of lofty ideas.
He said this would help reduce or bring the security challenges under control.
The dean also urged that the meeting should be held regularly in order to review developments and fine-tune strategies.
Olayinka said there was the need for more concerted efforts toward addressing its security challenges.
He highlighted the efforts made by the division and the progress made so far in stemming the growing security concerns within the community.
Olayinka said that the state commissioner of police was interested in the meeting and solicited the cooperation of members of the community as well as other stakeholders.
Responding, Salaudeen commended the university management as well as stakeholders for their support and urged them not to relent.
Others who spoke commended the moves by the university management and called for more collaboration with security agencies to curb the security menace in the area.