- Police in Ogun state have been commended for their resilience in quelling the confrontation by some students in the state
- The commendation was given to the police commissioner of Ogun state and his men by the Ogun state government
- Abayomi Arigbabu, the commissioner for education in Ogun state all forms of criminality and indiscipline by students would not be tolerated
The Ogun state government has warned that students in the state who engage in any form of criminal or unlawful activities would be sent to juvenile homes for character reformation.
Apologising for some of the activities exhibited by some students of Egba High School and Asero High School in the Abeokuta area of the state, the commissioner for education said such a lifestyle would not be tolerated.
Arigbabu apology followed the attack by some students of the school on the divisional police officer in charge of Obantoko area of the state.
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Some students of the schools during a scuffle attacked the DPO, SP Alimeke Ignatius and other officers on November 25.
Peoples Gazzette also reports that the commissioner who described the incident as appalling and unacceptable warned students in the state to desist from criminal acts.
He said the government of Ogun state would not spare students on account of their ages but make them face the full wrath of the law.
Arigbabu commended the collaborative efforts of the police to arrest unruly behaviours in schools.
He also assured that the Ogun state government would ensure that all forms of indiscipline among students are curbed.
In his response, the police commissioner of the state said the incident was a thing of concern for the state government as well as the police.
Bankole said the police will continue to be proactive in addressing issues within schools and the state in general.
Hoodlums storm Ogun School leave injure teachers
Meanwhile, Legit.ng students of Community High School in Yewa North local government area of Ogun state went haywire on Monday, October 25.
The students reportedly launched an attack on their teachers, sending two of them to a hospital in the state.
Sources within the school premises said the students hired some hoodlums to perpetrate the act on their behalf.
EFCC storms hotel owned by former Ogun governor makes arrests
Some officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) were said to have stormed a hotel owned by Gbenga Daniel, a former governor of Ogun state.
The official who arrived on Saturday, November 27, was said to have arrested many including some internet fraudsters said to have been present at the hotel.
The media aide to the former Ogun governor, Steve Oliyide, confirmed reports of the presence of the EFCC officials at the hotel premises