Gov Ododo assures of improve security at CUSTECH Osara, Promise to immortalize two slain students



Kogi State Governor, Ahmed Usman Ododo has re-assured students and management of the Confluence University of Science and Technology (CUSTECH) Osara that his administration would continue to prioritize security of lives and property in the institution.

The Governor gave the assurance on Wednesday in Osara when he met 29 students of the university who were rescued from their abductors that attacked the university campus and took away 31 students on the 9th of May, 2024.

Governor promised to complete the perimeter fencing of the institution within 16 weeks, assuring of full security surveillance of the campus with the capacity for round-the -clock emergency response by security agencies.

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The Governor who promised to work with the management of the university to consistently review the security architecture of the school and make improvements where necessary in line with the safe school initiative of the state government, stressed that nothing will deter his administration from making education accessible to the teeming population of young people in the state.

He reaffirmed his commitment to a safe learning environment in all parts of the state, adding that no effort will be spared to defeat criminal elements wherever they are found in the state.

The Governor who also promised to immortalize two slain students of the university, James Anajuwe and Caleb Musa who were killed by their abductors also inspected the University Senate Building, new male and female hostel projects and the University Demonstration Farms.

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In his remark, the state commissioner for education, Honourable Wemi Jones commended the Governor for the decisive steps taken to rescue 29 of the 31 abducted students.

He prayed for the peaceful repose of the two students, James Anajuwe and Caleb Musa who were killed by the abductors before the completion of the rescue operation in June, assuring that the government will prevent a repeat of the unfortunate incidence in the university.

Earlier in his welcome address, the Vice Chancellor of CUSTECH, Professor Abdulrahman Salawu expressed appreciation to Governor Ododo for the fatherly role he has continued to play in the lives of the students since their abduction and after their release from captivity as well as his support for the families of the deceased students.

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He pledged the cooperation of the university management to ensure speedy development of the institution as desired by Governor Ododo’s administration.

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