Student, Parent Hire Thugs To Beat Teachers In Ogun State’s School

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Joshua Joseph, SS 3 student of Toyon High School, Ere, Ado-Odo Local Government, Ogun State, and his mother, hired thugs to attack his teachers.

Joseph and his mother hired thugs to attack his teachers because he was prevented from entering the class as a result of his hair style. Mr Kabir Azeez told Joseph to cut his hair before he could enter the classroom but instead he returned with his mother and thugs to attacked his teachers.

Three teachers were beaten: Kabir Azeez, Adegun Adekunle and Abel Thomas. Also, a car windscreen owns by Mr Jolayemi Jeromu was smashed.

The incidence was reported to the Police.

After the investigation, the state Commissioner of Police, Lanre Bankole, have instructed that the case should be charged to court without delay.

Written by: Abigael Daramola

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