Ogun Amotekun Begins Clampdown On Students Attacking Schools

Ogun state Amotekun corps have arrested some students involved in recent attacks on public secondary schools in Ogun State.

Those arrested in the operation, included four students, who brought in hoodlums to attack teachers at Ijohun Community High School, in Yewa South local government area.

The corps commander, retired police commissioner David Akinremi, in a statement alleged that the students arrested last October joined a group of hoodlums who invaded the schools to beat two teachers.

According to the corps commander, the teachers were beaten and inflicted with various degrees of injuries, adding that the students during interrogation revealed others who joined them in the attack.

Akinremi said they had been handed over to the police for further investigations and likely prosecution.

The Amotekun corps also said his operatives on surveillance around Itori Community High School, Itori arrested an expelled students of the school.

The corps commander said that the former student was arrested last October 24, following an intelligence of a likely attack on the school.

According to him, the expelled student was involved in attacks by cultists on the school weeks ago He had been handed over to the police.

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