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Sabotage Led to Switching Off CCTV Cameras During Abduction of CUSTECH Students – Gov. Ododo

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Sabotage Led to Switching Off CCTV Cameras During Abduction of CUSTECH Students – Gov. Ododo

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In a recent development, Governor Ododo of Kogi State has revealed concerning information regarding the abduction of students from the Confluence University of Science and Technology (CUSTECH) Osara. According to the governor, CCTV cameras installed across the university campus were deliberately switched off at the time of the attack, indicating sabotage by internal collaborators.

Expressing dismay over this discovery, Governor Ododo emphasized the government’s unwavering commitment to unraveling the circumstances surrounding the incident. He assured the public that security agencies are diligently pursuing leads and conducting a comprehensive investigation to ensure the safe return of the abducted students.

During his visit to the university campus to assess the situation firsthand, Governor Ododo reiterated the government’s primary objective: to secure the safe return of the students. He stressed the importance of maintaining calm among parents and students while reassuring them of the government’s concerted efforts to facilitate the students’ return unharmed.

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Sabotage Led to Switching Off CCTV Cameras During Abduction of CUSTECH Students - Gov. Ododo

Governor Ododo reaffirmed the government’s responsibility to protect lives and property across the state, underscoring the decision to allow students to remain on campus as part of this commitment. He emphasized the government’s determination to hold accountable those responsible for the attack and ensure justice for the victims.

The governor’s statements shed light on the challenges faced in addressing insecurity within the state and highlight the need for collaborative efforts to safeguard educational institutions and protect the lives of students and staff.





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