Dec 9, 2021

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Help Us, Our Lives in Danger, OSUSTECH Students Raise Alarm

  • Students from one of the state Ondo universities have called for help after the incessant attacks by gangsters
  • According to the President of the Student Union, they can no longer be Sleep with your eyes closed
  • The students therefore urged the state government to take immediate action against the attacks

President of the Student Union Government of Olusegun Agagu University of Science and Technology, Okitipupa, Ondo State, Damilola Okunomo, has complained about the frequency of gangster attacks on students.

According to him, the students are attacked by criminals every day, reports Punch.

He said as a result of therefore the students cannot due to the high level of insecurity and threats to life and property on campus sleep more with your eyes closed, added Star News.

Okunomo disclo sed that when the crooks see them they always tax them N50 or N100, probably on food or Indian hemp.

The SUG – Guide claimed that male students among them who refuse to part with their money would be thoroughly beaten.

He said:

” These happen off campus, in the villages of Ayeka and Igodan, both in Okitipupa. “

A security measure to prevent mass kidnappings

In another message Veritas University, the management of a private university in the federal capital territory of Abuja, decided to introduce online learning after concerns were raised by parents about the safety of students.

The university in the Bwari axis on the outskirts of the Nigerian capital belongs to the Catholic Church.

The school had the resumption previously postponed indefinitely due to uncertainty.

Citizens should defend themselves

Meanwhile, with student kidnappings increasing in northern Nigeria, Shehu Sani believes that Something practical needs to be done immediately.

Sani is particularly concerned that there are still many students in captivity and that even more are being kidnapped.

The human rights activist of the north therefore suggested that as a way forward, citizens must be trained to defend themselves.

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“Tegina students still in captivity. FGC Yauri, Kebbi State still with their kidnappers. Kaduna State Poly students still in the hands of kidnappers and then we have Kachia now. Training the masses to defend themselves is the way to go. “