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As a result of continuous clashes between rivalry cult groups within the institution, the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Oyo State Chapter has advised students of The Polytechnic Ibadan to stay clear of campus.

This is contained in a press release by the Chairman of the association Comrade Adeleke Quadri.

Comrade Quadri noted that there has been a traumatic attack steering the peace of the campus, and to curb it, it’s better for students to stay off the campus till the school management proffer a lasting solution.

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According to the release, “Lack of timely and promptness in handling security issues by the Management of The Polytechnic Ibadan remains a serious challenge to the knowledge givers, the learners and also other critical stakeholders.

“The traumatic attack experience alone instils fear on the lecturers and the students and makes it very difficult for them to have a good stay on campus.

“In solidarity with the Students’ Union Government of The Polytechnic Ibadan, the NANS J.C.C. Oyo Axis Chairman, Comrade Adeleke Quadri Abidemi (Asiwaju) in a bid to ensure the safety of Nigerian Students on that campus, supported that students should stay at home until the management proffer a lasting solution to the security issues on campus.

“Therefore, students are advised to stay off campus until the security issue is completely mitigated. May we never be victims of bad circumstances”.

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