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Insecurity; DELSU employs security experts, bans night activities among students


By Nosa Akenzua, Asaba

Following the increasing security challenges across the globe, Management of the Delta state University (DELSU) has employed the services of experts of the Nigerian security agency to compliment the efforts of the private security outfits currently operational in the university.

The university vice Chancellor, Professor Victor Peretemode who confirmed this to Journalists in Asaba on Monday at the Awai campus, said that the move to employ security experts was to ensure the security of lives and Properties of the staff and students, especially as students were set to resume academic activities for 2019/2020 session in this month of September 2019.

He said” this new security agency will assume Operations with effect from Sunday Ist September 2019, and we have banned activities among the students at night, especially wee hours and consequently the private security personnel Operating in the University are requested to cooperate with the men of the Public security agencies in ensuring maximum security of staff and students including Properties”

Peretemode disclosed that the management of the university also intends to review its security apparatus in all campuses, especially as the contract of the private security outfits with the institution will expire in November 2019, adding that the university was doing everything possible to secure lives and Properties in and around the campuses as security at present is everyone business.

Meanwhile, deranged individuals have taken over Abraka and its environs including the streets of Abraka Community.

It was gathered that people residing in these areas are concerned about the development as they could hardly move from one street to another without seeing a deprived individuals lurking the streets.

It was further gathered that the deranged individuals pupolarly called mad men mostly males are said to be in their 30s , early 40s and late 50s apparently on every streets loitering, especially in Amai Community where they struggle to move due to heavy chains between their legs in order not to escape.

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But some residents who spoke to Journalists in the area, one of them, Shedrack Agediga however appealed to the state government to come to their and evacuate them from the streets.

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