Internal sabotage is being considered. Governor Ododo’s Statement on the Slain College Students
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Internal sabotage is being considered. Governor Ododo’s Statement on the Slain College Students

According to Usman Ododo, the governor of Kogi State, security forces in the state are working feverishly to free the hostage students from CUSTECH in Osara.

In order to guarantee the swift rescue of the kidnapped students, he pledged to examine the current security procedures both inside and outside the university.

Though he was not present during the incident, Ododo made a point of visiting the university upon his return to take stock, listen to updates from administration, and facilitate a unified effort to fortify the institution’s security infrastructure.

When asked about the possible motive for the attack, Governor Ododo said that preliminary investigation points to internal sabotage because the CCTV cameras inside the premises were turned off just before the incident.

On the other hand, he promised that those responsible for the shameful event will face consequences.

The school had CCTV cameras installed throughout the building; why weren’t they able to record the assault as it occurred? This begs the question of whether there was any internal sabotage in the operation.

The immediate release of the kidnapped students is our top priority, and we will not stop working toward that goal.

In addition, he praised the local vigilante and hunters organizations, as well as all the security authorities, for their accomplishments thus far.

In order to aid law enforcement in their investigations, the governor asked the public for reliable information.

To ensure that children may go about their schoolwork without fear of attack, he promised that the government will keep stepping up security measures across school communities.

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