It was gathered that an undergraduate of Ozoro Polytechnic, Ozoro, Isoko North Local Government Area, Delta State, identified as Destiny Kelly Chibuike, yesterday met his waterloo as security operatives of the Polytechnic apprehended him for allegedly being in possession of a locally made pistol he used in terrorizing the Polytechnic environment.
It was learnt that the security operatives attached to the institution acted on intelligence and arrested the suspect who was on the run, with others at large.
Commenting on the incident, an authoritative source in the institution revealed that the suspect is a National Diploma (ND-1) student of the department of business and administration of the aforementioned polytechnic, adding that security operatives would not rest on their oars until they nab other gangsters.
The Ozoro Polytechnic management has handed a strong warning to the entire students to be mindful of their matriculation oath which they signed because a breach of the clauses would attract a decisive action against any violator.
Confirming the incident, the Divisional Police Officer (DPO), Ozoro Command, CSP Evans E. Onomuighokpo, said the command was committed to the effective and efficient policing of Ozoro metropolis in order to fight crime to its barest minimum so that its residents could sleep with their eyes closed.
He called on residents of the area to always report suspicious movement or action to the police for quick intervention, and added that the police and the Ozoro Polytechnic security operatives were still hunting for the escaped gangsters who are also students of the institution.
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