- Some workers at Umaru Musa Yar’Adua University, Katsina, have managed to catch a very huge python in a drain
- All in one short video clip, it took about four university employees to get their hands on the wildlife
- The school management responded by saying they had conducted a serious fumigation exercise on the main campus Defense against wild animals
On Saturday there was a bit of drama at the Umaru Musa Yar’Adua University in Katsina. September 4, when employees fought a giant python in a drain and caught it.
The workers were found to be catching a snake and fighting other reptiles in the Sabbatical Quarters, Punch reports.
For this reason, the school management has agreed to conduct a massive fumigation exercise in the entire school environment on Tuesday, September 7th.
According to the Institute’s Public Affairs Director Mallam Abdulhamid Danjuma, the exercise was able to repel large numbers of reptiles.
“In order to get rid of snakes and other reptiles on the entire campus, the management of Umaru Musa Yar’adua University in the state of Katsina has succeeded in driving a large number of snakes out of the vicinity of the institution.
“The effort has increased through one of the regular en fumigation exercises at the institute worthwhile.
“Normally the university authorities carry out fumigation exercises every 14 days to ward off reptiles, snakes and other insects. The university is habitable for employees, students and guests.”
He also explained that other measures to keep the wild animals away from the main campus are burning bushes and clearing overgrown grasses.
Danjuma urged Hengst “to report suspicious reptile movements to the university authorities immediately so that action can be taken immediately.”
Bandits kidnap the 3 sons of the deputy provost of the Katsina University of Education left “> Meanwhile, Isma’il Ado Funtua, the deputy head of Isa Kaita College of Education in Dutsinma, Katsina State, had three sons kidnapped by bandits.
One A source close to Ado Funtua who confirmed the incident said the bandits broke into campus and broke into the deputy provost’s residence around 11:30 p.m. on Monday, September 6th