7 Secondary School Students Suspended Over Cultism In Bayelsa

7 Secondary School Students Suspended Over Cultism In Bayelsa

By News Agency of Nigeria on March 18, 2018
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Henry Seriake Dickson, the former governor of Bayelsa State

The Bayelsa Government has announced the indefinite suspension of seven senior secondary school students for engaging in cult-related activities.

Jonathan Obuebite, the Bayelsa commissioner for education, made the disclosure in a statement issued in Yenagoa on Saturday, March 17, 2018.

According to Obuebite, the students were reported to have attacked and injured a fellow SS3 student at the Central Epie Secondary School, Opolo-Epie, located in Yenagoa.

The statement gave the names of the students to include, Ogugu Yiniewemi Okudo Clever, Perewari Agih, Richman Paibi, Yagila Clement, Umukoro ThankGod and Okpara Peter.

The commissioner said that they also disrupted academic activities of the school during their nefarious actions.

He further prohibited government schools from admitting the students without clearance from the state ministry of education.


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