Residents of Alaaguntan within the Ewekoro Native Authorities Space of Ogun State had been shocked to see the group main faculty, Baptist Day Faculty, emptied on Monday following a midnight invasion by suspected burglars.
PUNCH Metro gathered that the hoodlums broke the varsity’s ceiling to realize entry into the lecture rooms, the place they carted away invaluable objects.
The burglars reportedly stole classroom chairs, tables, bells and a few paperwork belonging to academics on the faculty.
The college, which is situated between Elebute and Alaaguntan areas of Ogun State, is a three-block of lecture rooms accommodating many pupils from the 2 communities.
A trainer, who recognized himself solely as Adeyemo for safety causes, instructed our correspondent that she received to the varsity on Monday solely to see invaluable objects lacking.
He lamented that the varsity, which was constructed by a building firm, Lafarge Plc, was outfitted with trendy services, which had been stolen by the gang.
He stated, “Perhaps the trendy chairs and tables that the corporate put within the faculty attracted the burglars.
“It got here as a shock to us after we met the varsity emptied on Monday.
“We’ve got reported to the group head, and he promised to do one thing about it.”
The Village Head of Elebute, Abdulwaheed Onigbinde, confirmed the incident to our correspondent, including that electrical energy wires had been additionally stolen by the hoodlums.
He stated, “I used to be instructed that some robbers invaded the varsity and carted away chairs, tables and group wires.
“I and the Baale of Alaaguntan might be assembly this morning (Thursday) to see what could be achieved.
“The place was constructed by Lafarge, so, we might be reporting the case to them earlier than going to a police station.”
Our correspondent gathered that pupils who had been getting back from the vacations on Monday found that their lecture rooms had been emptied.
They had been reportedly turned again residence as the varsity authorities vowed to analyze the incident.
The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, stated the command was not conscious of the assault.
He, nonetheless, promised to look into it.