Sahara Reporters Latest News Saturday 25th May 2019

Sahara Reporters Latest News Saturday 25th May 2019

Sahara Reporters Latest News Today and headlines on some of the happenings and news trend in the Country, today 25/05/19

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Over 20,000 Youths Want Cleaning Job In Enugu

At  least  20,000 youth in Enugu State have applied for the state Cleaning and Beautification job which is an initiative of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi.Rev. Fr. Michael Ogbu, the coordinator of Enugu Clean Team Project (ECTP), , told newsmen in Enugu on Friday that the application was for the additional 1,000 workers approved by Gov. Ugwuanyi to  create more slots for interested youth in tghe state.
“After our announcement for recruitment of additional 1,000 staff, more than 20,000 persons applied with at least a school certificate.
“I can recall vividly that when we started the Enugu Clean Team Project, young people were reluctant to come for employment for the initial 1,000 workers in the project but now the story has changed,’’ Ogbu said.
 According to him, apart from the procurement of new equipment to cover Enugu, Nsukka, 9th Mile Corner, Awgu and Oji River axis of the state, the employment of additional 1,000 staff will enhance the operational capacity of the project.Ogbu also re-affirmed his commitment to fulfil the purpose  for which the initiative was  thought up which is to make the coal city the cleanest city in Nigeria“ECTP management has put machinery in motion to ensure that Enugu State and Enugu city becomes the cleanest state and city in the country within the shortest possible time.
“I believe the governor and the state executive council are impressed with our performance and that is why we were graciously granted request to increase our staff strength with an additional 1,000 staff,’’ he said. He urged driver motoristsagainst reckless driving as some of the staff of the ‘project’ who on duty in the early hours of the day; he also pleaded with residents to make the job easier for the  these workers by desisting from indiscriminate  disposal of refuse
Ogbu explained that part of the reasons why the governor established the organization was to provide employment to young people and discourage them from going into crime in addition to keeping the environment clean.
The ECTP Project covers road and street sweeping, drainage clearing and de-silting, green verge areas and trees trimming as well as maintenance of ornamental flowers and parks within the state

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Flying Eagles Maul Qatar 4-0 In Fifa U-20 World Cup Opener

Flying Eagles of Nigeria started their World cup campaign on a high as they thrashed Qatar 4-0 in the opening match of the Group D match of the FIFA U20 World Cup in Poland.
The Nigerian team which is participating in the tournament for the first time mauled the Asian representatives at the Stadion Miejski in Tychy.
Maxwell Effiom got the first goal for the Paul Aigbogun’s side on 12 minutes before Sweden based Henry Offia doubled the lead on 24 minutes with both assists from Captain Ikouwem Utin.
Manchester City’s Tom Dele-Bashiru got the third goal after the break on 68 minutes before Defender Aliyu Salawudeen completed the rout on 74 minutes.
The Eagles next play the USA on Monday and then face Ukraine on Thursday at the Bielsko-Bahalia stadium.
Earlier in the competition, West African neighbors Senegal thrashed Tahiti 3-0 to go top of Group A while Colombia dealt a huge blow to hosts Poland debut at the competition with a 2-0 thumping.
In Group B, Italy pipped Mexico 2-1 in a keenly contested match to go top of Group B, Ecuador also beat Japan by the same margin in the second encounter.
The tournament will run from May 23rd to June 15th, 2019.
 

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Masari Approves Death Penalty For Cattle Rustlers, Kidnappers In Katsina

 
Aminu Bello Masari, the governor of Katsina State, has signed into law that anyone convicted of cattle rustling or kidnapping in the state should be executed.The former speaker of the House of Representatives also approved life imprisonment  in addition to a fine and compensation to victim for  anyone convicted of rape.The governor  endorsed these punitive measures following spate of attacks in the State, the latest being the attack on three communities in Dan Musa, Faskari and Batsari local government areas which claimed  26 livesIn reaction to the killings President Muhammadu Buhari had summoned Governor Masari and ordered the Security Chiefs to investigate the killings.The President also directed, Mohammed Abubakar Adamu ,  Acting Inspector General of Police, General AbayomiGabriel Olonisakin Chief of Defence Staff Abayomi to constitute an assessment team to intervene immediately the killings in the state and bring feedback.The President instructed them to be meticulous in their assessment and find out how the  method of operations of criminals and put safety measures in place to forestall recurrence.
 

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Fulani Herdsmen Have Turned Ondo Into Unsafe Place As They Kidnap, Rape Us, Ondo Women Lament

Worried by the insecurity in Ondo state, some aggrieved women have protested the rising cases of attacks, rituals and kidnapping by suspected fulani herdsmen. 
The women, who marched on  the street of Akure on Thursday through the Deji of Akure’s palace and armed with leaves, said that enough is enough about the criminal activities of hoodlums who have taken over the state. They noted that Ondo state was no longer safe again as the hoodlums masquerading as “fulani herdsmen” have all  surrounded the forests and bushes  in the sunshine starThe protesters argued that the fulani herdsmen, who are always armed with  all kinds  of  weapons, would molest, maim, rape and even destroy their farmlands and livestockOne of the protesting women, Mrs. Uche Daodu who spoke to Sahara Reporters in Akure said they’re worried about the rising case of kidnapping and attacks – most especially on the women in the state. Daodu noted that law enforcement agencies in the state have not been doing well enough to tackle the ugly activities of the fulani herdsmen. She vehemently complained that  the lives of the innocent residents in the state are in perpetual danger as the fulani herdsmen have found means to execute  their sinister activities.”If you have noticed that the rates of kidnapping in Ondo State is now becoming too alarming including the cases of ritualists in the state.
“Already, we have learned that these set of people who are kidnapping and causing all these issues are the fulani herdsmen.
“These evil dowers (fulani herdmen) after perpetrating the act would run away into the bushes within the state where they currently stay and sleep.”Also, almost everyday we are now hearing cases of kidnapping in fact blood shared is just too much in the state and the rate of raping cases is just too high. “Many that want to travel are scared because of the cases of kidnapping by fulani herdsmen on our road and due to the rampant case of missing persons just imagine the cases of missing underwares too.”We have the belief that we cannot continue like this as Ondo state is known as a very peaceful state. So, when did all of a sudden this ugly situation started rearing its head” she queried. 

According to her, Ondo State which is  known as  a peaceful  state could become a hotbed of violence  if the authorities did not immediately face the security challenges posed by activities of the fulani herdsmen.Daudo explained that women group have come out to sensitize females in  Ondo state to be very wary of the ‘criminals’ who target female folks for rituals.While suggesting some ways out of the doldrums, Mrs. Daudo said that there was need for concerted effort by all security agencies in state to combat the dastardly activities of the criminal elements. “We are crying out now for justices and we want our traditional leaders to urgently do something about this as their evil acts are becoming too rampants in our dear state (Ondo).”Because these people surrounded the forest in the state with terribble ammunition and we are now asking what is the law enforcement agency doing about it.”We want more collaborations and proper synergies between the law enforcement and security agencies in the state – like the Police, NSCDC, Army, FRSC and NDLEA officials.”We believe their collaborations will help stop all these evil machination that is currently going on in Ondo State becuase we the woman can’t enter the village markets again as a result of attack and rape on us”.
 

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Pro-Biafra Agitators Attacked Us With Sticks, Stones Say Police

The Anambra State Police Command has accused members of the Indigenous People of Biafra of attacking its officers on duty in various parts of the state.
Haruna Mohammed, Police Public Relations Officer in Awka on Friday said the men were deployed to dismantle the flags and other insignias of the secessionist group against the May 30 sit-home-order.
He added that the Police was able to subdue the IPOB members. 
Mohammed said: “There was a report that the Indigenous People of Biafra came out in large number moving around with dangerous weapons and at the same time hoisting flags of the proscribed group on poles and billboards.
“Following the report, police operatives rushed to the scene in order to prevent them from mounting the flags but they engaged the police with catapults and stones.
“However, 12 suspects were arrested and over 50 flags with different inscriptions of IPOB/MASSOB and Biafran Independent movements recovered as exhibits.“There was another intelligence report that some misguided elements suspected to be IPOB Members were sighted at various locations mounting Biafra flags along Ekwulobia -Uga Road in Aguata LGA of Anambra State.
“Police patrol teams pursued them and arrested 12 suspects while others escaped,  72 Biafran flags and items with Biafra inscriptions were recovered.” 

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BREAKING: INEC Holds Emergency Meeting To Consider Zamfara Supreme Court Ruling

The Independent National Electoral Commission, has held an emergency meeting over the Supreme Court judgement on the general elections held in Zamfara State.
Festus Okoye,  INEC National Commissioner and Chairman, Information and Voter Education, in a statement on Friday said the meeting is for the body to determine the next course of action. 

The statement reads in part, “Following the Supreme Court’s Judgement delivered today 24th May 2019 on the Governorship, National and State Assembly Elections held in Zamfara State, INEC held an emergency meeting to consider the Court’s decision.”
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Patrick Ukah, Former Commissioner Of Information In Delta, In Millions Of Naira Scandal

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Patrick Ukah,  the immediate past Commissioner of Information in Delta state , is currently enmeshed in a  case of financial malfeasance running into several millions of naira.  Ukah was said to have  gone on a  bogus spending spree  claiming to have purchased  cameras and repaired transmitters for  the Delta Broadcasting Service, Asaba and Warri.
SaharaReporters reliably learned that Ukah, claimed to have purchased eight cameras for the two state- owned broadcasting outfits at  the sum of N18,721,738.00.  However, finding  loopholes in Ukah’s claim, the state’s transition committee  decided  to launch  a probe into his supposed financial transactions,  confided a member of the committee  in our correspondent.
“We received some documents from the commissioner for information, Mr. Patrick Ukah, where huge sums of millions of naira were used to purchased cameras and repairs of transmitters at the Delta Broadcasting Service, Asaba and Warri. The documents shows huge fraud, corrupt and sharp practices to cover up the looting in the two broadcasting houses in Asaba and Warri.
“How can you purchase eight camera for N18.7 million.? As part of our duty, we as a committee had to carry out a market survey on the cameras. The camera make and model is Sony Digital HXR-NX 100 and with our findings, we discovered that one of the cameras is often sold for less than a N500,000 and the commissioner for information claimed to have purchased one each at the sum of N2.3 million by his calculation.
“Ukah also claimed to have bought four tripods and four wireless microphones at the sum of N9,654,750.00 for DBS, Asaba and Warri. This is nothing but outright fraud. In all the documents presented by Ukah to the transition committee shows that, he only succeeded in using the state owned media houses to corruptly and fraudulently amassed wealth to himself without recourse to improving the deteriorating current status of the broadcasting houses.” a member of the committee  stated.

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 In some of the documents presented by the state commissioner for information, Patrick Ukah to the committee and obtained by SaharaReporters, he claimed to have purchased eight cameras for DBS, Asaba and Warri at the cost of N18,721,738.00, repaired the FM coaxial feeder line at DBS, Warri at the cost of N16,620,000.00, repaired the back-up transmitters at DBS, Asaba, Ubulu-Uku and Warri at the cost of N43,000,000.00, as well as mast tensioning, painting and repairing at the cost of N11,150,000.00.
Continuing with the breaking down of the expenses incurred, the commissioner claimed that he purchased some equipment for DBS, Asaba and Warri, which he failed to name, at the cost of N12,553,750.00, provision and installation of antenna and repairs of another transmitters at the cost of N57,240,000.00, briefed governor Ifeanyi Okowa on the 2017 flood disaster in DBS, Asaba and restoration of the station back to air at the cost of N17,000,000.00, repair of faulty back up transmitters at DBS, Asaba, Ubulu-Uku and Warri at the cost of N68,380,000.00.
Meanwhile as mixed reactions have  continued to trail the monumental fraud and corrupt practices linked to the former informer commissioner, some of the addresses of contractors which Ukah claimed to have awarded the millions of naira contracts to, could not be located by our correspondent.
As at the time of filing this report, calls and messages put to the commissioner for information, Patrick Ukah were not responded to, but his Special Assistant on media, Samuel Ijeh, confirmed that the documents obtained by our correspondent were true copies of the documents submitted by his boss to the transition committee, adding that “But we later discovered that there some typographical errors” and when asked why his boss failed to carefully read through all the documents he submitted, Ijeh could not answer.
 
“We received some documents from the commissioner for information, Mr. Patrick Ukah, where huge sums of millions of naira were used to purchased cameras and repairs of transmitters at the Delta Broadcasting Service, Asaba and Warri. The documents shows huge fraud, corrupt and sharp practices to cover up the looting in the two broadcasting houses in Asaba and Warri.
“How can you purchase eight camera for N18.7 million.? As part of our duty, we as a committee had to carry out a market survey on the cameras. The camera make and model is Sony Digital HXR-NX 100 and with our findings, we discovered that one of the cameras is sold for less than a N500,000 and the commissioner for information claimed to have purchased one each at the sum of N2.3 million by his calculation.
“Ukah also claimed to have bought four tripods and four wireless microphones at the sum of N9,654,750.00 for DBS, Asaba and Warri. This is nothing but outright fraud. In all the documents presented by Ukah to the transition committee shows that, he only succeeded in using the state owned media houses to corruptly and fraudulently amassed wealth to himself without recourse to improving the deteriorating current status of the broadcasting houses.” a member of the committee  stated.
In some of the documents presented by Ukah to the committee and obtained by SaharaReporters, he claimed to have purchased eight cameras for DBS, Asaba and Warri at the cost of N18,721,738.00, repaired the FM coaxial feeder line at DBS, Warri at the cost of N16,620,000.00, repaired the back-up transmitters at DBS, Asaba, Ubulu-Uku and Warri at the cost of N43,000,000.00, as well as mast tensioning, painting and repairing at the cost of N11,150,000.00.
Continuing, the commissioner claimed that he purchased some equipment for DBS, Asaba and Warri, which he did not name, at the cost of N12,553,750.00, provision and installation of antenna and repairs of another transmitters at the cost of N57,240,000.00, briefed governor Ifeanyi Okowa on the 2017 flood disaster in DBS, Asaba and restoration of the station back to air at the cost of N17,000,000.00, repaired of faulty back up transmitters at DBS, Asaba, Ubulu-Uku and Warri at the cost of N68,380,000.00.
Meanwhile as mixed reactions  have continued to trail the monumental fraud and corrupt practices linked to the former information commissioner, some of the addresses of contractors which Ukah claimed to have awarded the millions of naira contracts to, could not be located by our correspondent.
As at the time of filing this report, calls and messages put to the commissioner for information,  were not responded to, but Samuel Ijeh, his Special Assistant on media, , confirmed that the documents obtained by our correspondent were true copies of the documents submitted by his boss to the transition committee, adding that “But we later discovered that there are some typographical errors” and when asked why his boss failed to carefully read through all the documents he submitted, Ijeh could not answer.

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Buhari Mobbed As Shi’ites Protest ‘Unlawful’ Detention Of El-Zakzaky At National Mosque

Thousands of members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria and some youth from the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, stormed the National Mosque, Abuja, to demand the freedom of Sheik Ibrahim El-Zakzaky and wife, Zeenah El-Zakzaky.
President Muhammadu Buhari came to the mosque to observe his Jumat prayer when the youths moved in.
They were, however, blocked from entering the mosque by Police and Soldiers protecting the President. Buhari was smuggled out from the mosque by heavily armed military  men
Speaking at the front of the National Mosque, Engineer Abdullahi Muhammad Musa of the Academic Forum of Islamic Movement said the youths would continue to protest until El-Zakzaky is released.
“We are still here and if you like, you can come and kill us, we are ready to die. We have been killed, we have been oppressed and we have every right to challenge the oppressors.
“We know every one of the Army that came to kill our people. There must be a day that you will face the consequences of innocent people in Nigeria,” he said.
El-Zakzay has been in the detention of the Department of State Services for four years after the military stormed his hometown in Kaduna, killing hundreds of his supporters including his children.

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INTERPOL Issues Arrest Warrant For Nigerian Man Over ‘Parental Abduction’ Of A 9-year Old From Brazil

The International Criminal Police Organization, also known as INTERPOL, has issued a Red Notice against Mr. Michael Olusegun Akinruli, a Nigerian who used to live in Brazil, for parental abduction of a 9-year old girl he had out of wedlock with Ms. Laurima De Jesus Pires, a Brazilian woman.
 
 The notice came 3 months after Mr. Akinruli defied a court order that mandated him to return Atinuke Folasade Pires Akinruli to the custody of his mother in Brazil, on or about February 3, 2019.
 
A Magistrate Court in Minas Gerais, Brazil, granted a 25-day travel authorization to Mr. Akinruli to visit Nigeria with his daughter, Atinuke, between January 9, 2019, and February 3, 2019, but Mr. AKinruli had since remained in Nigeria with the girl, in contravention of the Brazilian Court order.
 
On February 4, Ms. Pires, the mother of the child, said rather than return to Brazil with the child, Mr. Akinruli sent her an email notifying her of a court injunction obtained from a Lagos State Magistrate Court, granting him full custody of his daughter, Atinuke.
 
Ms. Pires, who has now taken residence at the Brazilian Embassy in Nigeria till she locates her child, said she has been denied access to the daughter and has no clue of her ex-lover’s whereabouts in Nigeria.
 
Ms. Pires met Mr. Akinruli in 2005, at the City of Belo Horizonte in the Minas Gerais. Their young love grew and they moved in together shortly after that. During this period of cohabitation, Atinuke was conceived and born in February of 2009.
 
However, three years after Atinuke’s birth, the love the two shared had begun to wax cold. “In 2012 I made a decision to separate because I could not bear to live with so many of his lies,” Ms. Pires said. “Living with someone who lies all the time is not easy at all.”
 
Ms. Pires moved out of their shared apartment with Atinuke, who was then 3 years old and went back to her parents’ house. According to her Mr. Akinruli had full access to baby Atinuke. “Michael always had contact and always participated in the life of our daughter,” she said.
 
In 2013, Mr. AKinruli, still living in Brazil, married a Nigerian woman but Atinuke remained in the custody of her mother. The battle over Atinuke’s custody, however, began in 2016 when Ms. Pires married another man.
 
“In the year 2016, I got married to my current husband,” she said. “In that same year 2016, Michael entered the justice system requesting (for) the guard of Keke was shared and also proposed to assume all the expenses with the studies of Keke”.
 
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In accordance with the Brazilian Family law, joint custody of Keke, Atinuke as fondly called by her mother, was granted. Ms. Pires said this was their living arrangement until Mr. Akinruli approached the court for a permit to bring Atinuke to Nigeria to continue her studies.
 
In a judicial order of a Court of First Instance in Minas Gerais, Ms. Pires claimed that Mr. Akinruli had previously filed for authorization to bring Atinuke to Nigeria for the period of two years. The mother denied to grant the travel’s authorization, arguing that the father does not intend to return to Brazil.
 
However, while this proceeding was still on, Mr. Akinruli filed for a new permit, in limine, requesting to bring Atinuke to Nigeria for 30 days for the purposes of “leisure and familiar visit during the period of school vacation”.
 
Most motions in limine are filed by a party to limit or prevent certain evidence from being presented by opposing counsel at the time of trial. The purpose of a motion in limine is to prevent the introduction of matters at trial which are irrelevant, inadmissible or prejudicial.
 
The motion in limine was granted and, according to Ms. Pires, she only got to know of the order through a phone call from Atinuke at the airport. Mr. Akinruli’s Nigerian wife and the daughter he had with the Nigerian woman traveled to join him in Nigeria on February 1, 2019, two days before the mandatory return of Atinuke.   
 
In obtaining the travel relief which was granted in limine, Mr. Akinruli presented to the court a return ticket and evidence that he had enrolled both Atinuke and her stepsister in a school in Brazil.
 
According to the court papers: “The father produced evidence of fixed residence in this Capital, which consisted in an incorporated company legally registered. He, furthermore, proved to exercise the function of consul of Nigeria in Belo Horizonte. He proved to be a graduate student of ‘Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais’ (PUC-MG). He evidenced enrollment of both daughters (Atinuke and the sister Iwalewa) in a private school (Colégio Santa Maria). He evidenced the purchase of round trip tickets, with departure foreseen for 09.JAN.2019 and return foreseen for 03.FEB.2019.
 
“The Father represented that the purpose of the trip was to provide the conviviality of the daughters with the extensive paternal family and make her participate in the culture, habits, customs, religion, and language of his country. The father had evidenced to be the president of ‘Instituto Iorubá’, which aimed to promote Iorubá’s culture and religion in Brazil. At last, he supplies (sic) the telephone and address of his sister (Paternal aunt of the infant’s), where he stated that he intended to be hosted during their stay in Nigeria.
 
“He requested the interlocutory relief, arguing to have to buy the tickets and the need for the occurrence of the trip during the school vacation of the infant. 
He argued that not granting of the interlocutory relief would bring serious financial damages, besides making the trip of the daughter with the father and paternal sister unviable.
 
“The request was considered, in limine, as a leisure travel’s authorization, with a familiar and cultural purpose, without intention of fixation of residence abroad. The motives of the request (plausibility of material right) were understood as relevant, as well as there might be the possibility that the occasional granting of the request, only in a final decision, could prevent the intention of the trip. Therefore, the case would stop being useful to the fulfillment of the interest of the requesting party and of the infant’s. The effects of the interlocutory relief of the custody was granted in limine, to authorize the infant’s trip abroad.”
 
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Upon arriving in Nigeria, Mr. Akinruli, again approached the Lagos State Magistrate Court in Yaba with an ex-parte motion, seeking guardianship of Atinuke.
 
The court, not being aware of the full facts of the case, granted Mr. Akinruli guardianship of Atinuke in an ex-parte order issued on February 4, 2019, a day after Atinuke ought to have returned to Brazil.
 
On March 12, 2019, Ms. Pires filed a Preliminary Objection, praying the court to strike the ex-parte order for lacking in jurisdiction. The mother, through her lawyer, laid bare the fact of the case, while informing the court that there is a joint custody arrangement in Brazil.
 
Mr. K.O. Ogundare, the presiding Magistrate, not minding the plethora of reliefs sought by both parties, thereafter struck out the case for lacking in jurisdiction.
 
The endless battle for the custody of Atinuke has continued in Nigeria with her mother in total darkness about her whereabouts. “I have only spoken with Keke two times since she came to Nigeria,” an emotional Ms. Pires said, unable to fight back tears.
 
On one hand, in the Red Notice issued by INTERPOL, Mr. Akunruli’s home address in Lagos was given as 26 Aladesuru Street, Papa­Ajao, Mushin, Lagos State – Nigeria.
 
Visit to this address revealed that it is in fact not Mr. Akinruli’s current home address but his friend’s apartment where he used to squat until recently.
 
The friend, who refused to give his name, said Mr. Akinruli no longer stays in the apartment. “He has got his own apartment and moved out of here,” he said. Although, neighbors claimed that Mr. Akinruli still visits the apartment regularly and sometimes stays for days.
 
On the other hand, in the court papers filed at the Lagos State Magistrate Court said Atinuke now lives in Akure, Ondo State where she is allegedly schooling.
 
Ms. Pires said she is ready to stay in Nigeria until she finds her daughter and returns home safely with her. 

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JUST IN: Student Dies As School Collapses In Ondo

 
A section of St Andrew Grammar school, Ondo, has collapsed resulting in the death of one student.
The partial collapse of the school located at Ondo City, Ondo West LG, happened around 12noon, today, during school hours
A female student of Junior Secondary School 3 whose identity is yet to be confirmed, is the only victim as blocks that fell from the school building landed on her head.
An eye-witness who confirmed the collapse to SaharaReporters said the girl was taken to the Ondo State Teaching Hospital for medical attention.
However, a resident of the community who helped in carrying the student to the hospital said she had breathed her last before getting to the hospital.
The Principal of the school, who was simply identified as Mr Oladunjoye has reportedly fled the school.
Operatives of the Nigeria Police Force have arrived at the school, barricading the entrance and not allowing anyone go in or out.
 
 

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