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Wednesday, 8 May 2019

SUG visit nekede/ihiagwa police station over incessant arrest of student - School6base

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Following the outrage of the Students Union Government Officials
led by Comr. Okeke Kingsley over the continous arrest of her
students by the Nekede/Ihiagwa Police Station which drew the
attention of the Management, yesterday being Tuesday 7th May,
the Management team led by the Rector, Rev. Engr. Michael C.
Arimanwa paid a courtesy visit to the Divisional Police Officer
{DPO}, CSP Nsikak Nse Effiong and in the same vein laid
complaints about the massive arrest of innocent students within
the polytechnic community.
After complaints from the members of the management team
and the SUG President over the issue, the DPO and his DCO's
made their own claims and also admitted that while caring out
investigation of crime scenes that they step on the toes of
innocent people and arrest them but promised to release any
student who was mistakenly arrested.
The SUG President, Okeke Kingsley called for called for proper
investigation before arrest and not arresting everyone in a lodge
over the alleged crime of an individual, reminding the police men
that most students who posses computers/laptops are using
them for academic purposes and shouldn't be arrested as
suspected yahoo cyber criminals, calling on the police to always
give them information about arrest of suspected students.
He further stated that students run from the police because they
always feel intimidated with the way they are being approached
by the police and urged the police to change their investigative
approach.
The Registrar, Mr. Aligbe called on the police to give the school the
the names and reg number of students arrested for verification
because it is not everyone staying around the school environment
that is a student. He urged students not to hide their registration
number when the police asks for it because it will assist us to get
information about our students and know how to come to your
rescue.
The deputy dean of the division of student affairs, Lady Ada
Amadi called for the police to look into the case where landlords
and landladies give grounds for criminals to oppress students
living in their lodges.
While speaking the Rector made it clear that students who engage
in unlawful acts must be brought to book and disciplined, but
called for proper investigation before arrest,to avoid arresting
innocent students and also charged the police to extend their
presence at the school back gate to ensure that the students
staying in that axis gains adequate security.
The DPO, CSP Effiong apologised for their mistakes during the
discharge of their duties, promising that such will stop as he
promised to work in synergy with the institution and it's students
to ensure that criminals are totally eradicated and peace fully
restored.
Others present at the meeting includes...
Mr. Adekunle Patrick - Chief Security Officer
Ezekaka Obiora Valentine Valerian - SUG Sec Gen.
ALASONYE Kennis CAlas one - SUG Finance
Prince Chima Uchehara - SUG Publicity
Isaac Ezikpe SamuelEzikpe - SUG Welfare
Comr Nwachukwu Charles Chinonso - SUG Sports
Nnadi Emmanuel N. - EPSA President
I am
*COMR. UCHEHARA PRINCE CHIMA(ESQ.)*
*(SUG Digitally Advanced Director of Publicity)*
08100258499
```Be Accurately Informed```

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