Violence At AL-Hikmah University: VC Sustains Injuries

It was all hurly-burly yesterday at the Al-hikmah University when certain men who claimed to be men of the Nigerian Police Force came into the school to arrest a female student of the institution.

The mission of the men was opposed by some of the students who insisted that the men who were on mufti must properly identify themselves and notify the school authorities before taking the female student away.

This led to a violent confrontation between the men and the students and consequent intervention of the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Sulyman Abdulkaree who while trying to bring the situation under control sustained injuries.

According to the VC, “What happened this morning is a case of misjudgment by authority that is supposed to be enforcing law. They came to the campus and tried to arrest a female student. We had to intervene because students insisted that students cannot be arrested from campus without letting the authorities know.”

On his part the Kwara State Police Public Relation Officer said that the plain cloth security men met with the Kwara State commissioner of police, Mr. Ambrose Aisabo on Monday that they want to carry out some investigation and they were directed on what to do, unfortunately they did not follow the directives giving to them.

However, the intervention of appropriate authorities has returned normalcy to the institution.

VNTI Al-Hikmah

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