Police Speak on SARS Invasion Of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba

The police in Ondo State have confirmed the reported invasion of
students’ hotel at the Adekunle Ajasin University, by men of the
State Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS.

DAILY POST reports that some of the students were allegedly beaten
to pulp during the incident, which happened at about 4 a.m
immediately after a party they organised.
One of the students, who spoke on condition of anonymity told
newsmen that the policemen invaded the hostel on the guise of
searching for cult members.

“The incident happened around 4a.m after the students finished
their hostel party. The operatives stormed the hostel as if they were
going to war. They broke the doors, burglaries and ceilings to gain
entrance. When they arrived, the students initially did not open the
door for them, thinking they were armed robbers. That was how they
started breaking the doors to enter.
“When they entered, they started beating everybody. Many students
were mercilessly beaten. But some students who gave them bribe
were released while those who couldn’t bribe them were whisked
away by the officers,” he said.
Confirming the incident, Police Public Relations Officer of the
command, Femi Joseph said the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Gbenga
Adeyanju, had ordered the investigation into the matter.

“Three students that were arrested had been released and the CP
has ordered a full investigation. After the investigation, if the
policemen are found culpable, they will definitely pay for it, we don’t
allow indiscipline in this command.

“I also want to use this medium to call on any student who was
brutalised to come to my office with evidence and I promise we
won’t spare any officer found culpable,” Joseph said.


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Police Speak on SARS Invasion Of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba