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Cultist attack: Here is how LASPOTECH management reacted to the situation

In the aftermath of last Tuesday’s cultist invasion that led to the demise of an already expelled student of Lagos State Polytechnic suspected to be a cultist, Ahmed Amoo, the management of the institution has reacted to the development.

The management of the school has introduced measures to strengthen security in the institution in a bid to prevent any further attack by the gang of the deceased.

Recall that the tension in the school community was due to a fallout of the plot by a cult gang to launch an attack on new students of the school.

Days after the incident, InsideMainland reported the palpable fear in the institution and the decision by some students to stay home to avoid been caught in the trouble.

InsideMainland gathered that an attack staged by aggrieved gang members of the deceased was foiled by security operatives.

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In a bid to ensure normalcy returns to the school, the management of the institution has sourced the services of private security agents, men of the Department of State Services as well as local vigilance groups to work alongside Police detectives and the school security.

According to the spokesperson of the school, Mr. Olanrewaju Kuye, LASPOTECH’s the management of the school is aware of the apprehension among students and has been taking measures to beef up security around the institution.

“We have informed the state government and security personnel are already stationed within and outside the school so that there won’t be a repeat of the incidence that occurred some days back,” Kuye said.

The spokesperson added that activities of students are also being closely monitored by the security department of the institution. He warned that students of the institution who join any cult gang will be expelled.

“Lagos is a big place and there is tendency of such immoral groups to be present. We have heard a lot of news and we have intensified our mode of admitting students to the school. Through that, we reduce the presence of cultism in the school. We have told our students, once any student is alleged of being a cult member, such student has gone,” he said.



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