Student, Ojo Akinola Iyanu, arrested for trying to use a roscoe to disrupt an exam he wasn’t prepared for KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Friday, October 29, 2021

Student, Ojo Akinola Iyanu, arrested for trying to use a roscoe to disrupt an exam he wasn’t prepared for

A student of Ogun State Institute of Technology, Igbesa in Ado-Odo/Otta Local Government Area of the state, Ojo Akinola Iyanu, has been arrested by the police for trying to disrupt an ongoing examination in the school.(Read More Here).

It is reported that the examination was billed to have been conducted but, due to a disagreement between the school management and students over an unspecified issue, the examination was put on hold and rescheduled for October 26, 2021.

This arrangement did not go down well with a handful of students, suspected to be cultists who, police investigation revealed, were not prepared yet for it, for which reason, they planned to cause mayhem, in a bid to compel the management to reschedule it again.

According to the State’s Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, the suspect was nabbed on Tuesday following credible intelligence that some cultists had planned to disrupt the polytechnic’s examination.

He said to prevent a breakdown of law and order in the polytechnic, the police in collaboration with other security agencies, were said to have engaged in proper screening of all students before entering the examination hall right from the main gate. As the screening was going on, Oyeyemi explained that the suspect and one other person later identified as Aloma, were intercepted with a black bag.

“While searching the bag, the second boy took to his heels, while Ojo Akinola Iyanu was quickly arrested,” Oyeyemi added. He said the suspect confessed during interrogation that he was “a member of the dreaded Aiye confraternity.” The police spokesman quoted Iyanu as saying his group had decided “to disrupt the examination because it came suddenly and met them unprepared.” He noted that the black bag contained one locally-made pistol, loaded with one live cartridge.
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