Police arrest 10 suspects over FUOYE student’s death
The police command in Ekiti state has arrested 10 suspects allegedly connected to the death of a student of Federal University, Oye Ekiti.
The deceased, Atanda Deborah, was a 200-level nursing student who went missing and her body was later found in a shallow grave, about 30 metres behind the Nursing Lecture Hall of the university, on Sept. 5.
A statement on Thursday in Ado-Ekiti signed by command public relations officer, DSP Sunday Abutu, appealed to members of the public to be calm.
He said that the commissioner of police, Ogundare Dare had directed for thorough investigation to unearth the identity of the perpetrators and ensure their prosecution.
Mr Dare enjoined anyone with useful information concerning the incident to visit Oye Divisional Police Headquarters, Oye-Ekiti or the State CID.
He added that those with useful information could also call 09064050086 or 08053499199.
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