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Uni-Ibadan imposes partial curfew on campus two days after robbery attack

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The University of Ibadan said Tuesday that it imposed a partial curfew on campus. The partial curfew that is effective today (Wednesday) is expected to remain between 12 midnight and 5 in the morning.

GISTOK deduced that the partial curfew on campus would arrive two days after an incident of theft has been recorded on campus.

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It was learned that some armed robbers had attacked in July of this year in the Obafemi Awolowo classroom, where student properties, from mobile phones, laptops, and money, were stolen from innocent students. Our correspondent deduced that no less than two students were injured in the robbery attack at the women’s shelter.

A similar incident was recorded in the hall of Abubakar Abdulsalami, a postgraduate shelter, in the early hours of Sunday, where students’ property was removed for more than two hundred and fifty nairas.

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Some students were also injured during Sunday’s attack. The administration of the institution had announced on Monday that, from now on, it had prohibited male visitors from entering any of the institution’s female shelters.

The institution announced that the decision to ban male visitors from accommodations was necessary for the view of the recent robberies in the feminine shades of the institution. However, the institution said Tuesday that it imposed a partial curfew on campus.

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Our correspondent deduced that the decision to impose the curfew was taken at a meeting of the University Security Committee that reviewed the current security situation at the university.

The vice-chancellor of the institution, Professor Idowu Olayinka, in a statement made available by the Director of Public Communication of the university, Mr. Tunji Oladejo, said that all students and staff members must have means of identification when security I requested it. operators He added that the partial curfew would be in effect until further notice.