Kwara State Polytechnic Suspends Four Students For Cultism

Filed in Crime | By Emmanuel Worthwhile | Last Modified On August 6, 2015

The authority of Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin has suspended four students of the institution for alleged involvement in cultism and other criminal activities.

kwara-state-polyIn a statement by the Principal Assistant Registrar (Academic) of the institution, Mr. Ahmed Yahaya, the suspension was sequel to a report received from Oke-Oyi Divisional Police headquarters.

One of the suspended students, with registration number ND/12/PA/PT/610, was arrested for alleged unlawful possession of two life cartridges, while two others with registration numbers ND/13/COM/FT/394, and ND/14/COM/FT/843 were arrested by police for alleged membership of unlawful society.

Yahaya added that a female student among the suspended students, with registration number, ND13/PS/FT/903 was accused of unlawful possession of knife and charm.

The statement also said that the suspension was in line with the Polytechnic’s practice to suspend any student under investigation pending the outcome of the investigation by the police.


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