Students Turned to Yams by Ritualist in Oyo? State Government Makes Clarification

Students Turned to Yams by Ritualist in Oyo? State Government Makes Clarification

  • Oyo state government has vehemently denied news that some students was turned to yams by ritualist in the state
  • Recall that the social media were awashed with the news of how a suspected ritualist turned two students of the school to tubers of yam with unused pampers
  • The government said findings from the school management showed that none of the school students was reported missing

The report that two students of Bashorun High School, Ibadan, were recently turned to tubers of yam by a suspected ritualist is a lie, the state government has stated.

According to the Oyo state commissioner for Education, Abiodun Abdulramah, who visited the school on a fact-finding mission said findings from the school management showed that none of the school students was reported missing.

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Students not turned to yams by ritualist in Oyo
Oyo state government says students were not turned to yams in the state. Photo: Seyi Makinde
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The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the social media were awashed with the news of how a suspected ritualist (names withheld) turned two students of the school to tubers of yam with unused pampers.

It was reported that the suspect was caught by a local security guard around Bode Wasinmi-Bashorun axis, at a location closed to the school.

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This, however, created fear in the minds of residents, especially the parents and guardians, whose children and wards attend the school.

The commissioner, however, called for calm. He assured them that the security operatives would dig deeper into the incident to unravel details of what really happened.

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Ajay in her posts had called out a Lagos nightclub identified as Cocoon Lagos over how their bouncers behaved towards her.

Ajay who apparently had visited the nightclub with her security personnel alleged that a bouncer tried to put his hands on her while she was getting into the club.

Source: Legit.ng

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