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Insecurity: Varsity enjoins students to stay on campus


Following reports of students’ abduction across the country, Ajayi Crowther University (ACU), Oyo, has warned its students against leaving the campus, saying there’s no unauthorised movement outside the university at this time.

Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Timothy Adebayo, who expressed worry over the abduction of students across the country, said ACU would strictly monitor the movement of all its students to avert disaster.

While urging the students to be security conscious, Prof. Adebayo lamented that “with what is going on across the country, it appears nowhere is safe. Therefore, all our students should stay on campus. No student should go outside the campus without due authorisation “
According to him, one of the advantages of the faith-based institution is that it is fully residential. “Consequently, I don’t want any student to go outside this campus without taking permission. You must also wear your identity card always”
“As the VC, I will be held accountable for anything that happens to you. Therefore, I cannot pretend that all is well with this country concerning the issue of security; going by all the reports we read and hear. Let us work together and remain safe. Don’t flout this restriction of movement order,” Adebayo stated.


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