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7 varsity students missing

Posted by By Tunde Raheem, Akure on 2007/03/15 | Views: 1401 |

7 varsity students missing


Palpable fear now grips students and staff of Adekunle Ajasin University as well as indigenes of the host community following the mysterious disappearance of seven students of the university within two weeks.

Palpable fear now grips students and staff of Adekunle Ajasin University as well as indigenes of the host community following the mysterious disappearance of seven students of the university within two weeks.

The sad development, which started recently is causing serious panic among the students.
Last week, four male students of the school were allegedly kidnapped by some men suspected to be ritualists when they offered the missing students free ride in their cars.

The four students, according to a student, who sought for anonymity, were giving free ride by the suspected ritualists after the students had finished lectures around 5pm.
According to the source, the four students have not been seen since then.

While the university was still trying the unravel this mystery, three female students got missing..
Daily sun learnt that students have organized a search party, which have gone to all the nooks and crannies of the community.

The community, it was gathered, joined force with the students to look for the missing students. So far, the students have not been found.
Most of the indigenes interviewed by Daily Sun attributed the disappearance of students in the recent time to the activities of ritualists.

As a security measure, students of the institution now move in groups. The students have also vowed to deal ruthlessly with any private car driver, who offers theme students free ride.
Meanwhile, community leaders have expressed concern over the disappearance of students of the institution, agreeing that if the ugly development continue unabated it would affect the socio-economic life of the town.

One of the community leader, who identified himself as Chief Adegboro Micheal, stated that the community was working round the clock, both spiritually and otherwise, to see that the missing students come back alive.

The Public Relations Officer of the institution, Mr. Dayo Awude, said that he was not aware of the recent disappearance of seven students.
Also, Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Adeniran Aremu (ASP), stated that his office had not been briefed on the development.

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Fay(Katy, Texas, US)says...

Actually translates to bravehearted.