Speed of center of oa just after collision, Physics

Two identical rods OA and OB each of similar length and mass are connected by a massless pin connection, which permits rotation.The system is placed on a horizontal surface.Two masses m travelling with speed "u" hit the ends A and B inelastically. What will be the speed of center of OA just after collision.

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