Ogun Polytechnic Shuts Down Over Cases Of Insecurity 

Afimag.com –

The management of Gateway Polytechnic, Sapaade, in Remo North local government area, Ogun State, has shut down the institution following its increased cases of insecurity.

The polytechnic students, recently, recorded series of murder cases and robbery attacks, including other forms of ugly incidents that the government could not contain.

The Institution’s Acting Registrar, Mr. J. O. Popoola, who announced the management’s decision to shut down the polytechnic, added that online classes for the students who just resumed for 2023/2024 academic session have been introduced.

Popoola, however, urged the students to stay away from school premises for the next two weeks.

Recall that armed robbers had been attacking students of the polytechnic, dispossessing them of their valuables, and also raping the female students.

The memo reads, “I have the directive of management to inform all students in the polytechnic that all physical lectures have been suspended on campus for the next two weeks with effect from Monday, December 4, 2023.

“In view of this development, all students are to note that online lectures have commenced with immediate effect, therefore students are directed to join online classes in order to continue lectures for the current semester.

“To this end, all students are to steer clear the polytechnic premises till physical lectures resume again at a date that will be communicated soon.”

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