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DPO’s head broken during clash between students of two secondary schools in Ogun

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A Divisional Police Officer (DPO) Alimeke Ignatius, was left with a damaged head throughout a conflict between some secondary college college students in Abeokuta, Ogun state. 

 

It was gathered that college students of Egba Complete Excessive Faculty and Asero Excessive Faculty in Abeokuta engaged each other in a free for all on Monday November 22.

 

The scholars hurled stones and different missiles at themselves, blocked the principle highway, grounding vehicular site visitors and inflicting pressure among the many residents of the realm.

 

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Alimeke, the DPO of of Obantoko Division, led his males to the scene to quell the violence solely to be attacked by the rampaging college students.

 

The scholars reportedly hauled stones on the operatives, which hit the DPO on the top.

 

Alimeke sustained a grievous harm on his head and was rushed to an undisclosed hospital for medical consideration.

 

Spokesperson of the State Police Command, Abimbola Oyeyemi, who confirmed the incident on Wednesday, mentioned the scholars engaged in a struggle and the police from the Obantoko station have been known as to take cost of the state of affairs.

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“The DPO was hit by stones. The scholars have been throwing stones and different objects at themselves throughout the struggle,” Oyeyemi mentioned, including that no arrest was made.

 

“We can not arrest the scholars as a result of they’re minors. We are able to solely detain and counsel them, after which they are going to be launched.” the PPRO mentioned.

 

In the meantime, the state chapter of the Police Neighborhood Relations Committee (PCRC) has condemned the assault, describing it as “uncivilized and unwarranted”.

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The state Chairman of PCRC, Samson Kunle Popoola, in a press release signed by his media aide, Babatunde Odeyemi, lamented the general public dysfunction by secondary college college students within the state.

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“If this isn’t rapidly checked, it might painting an excellent hazard for the way forward for this nation.” he said. 

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