Prior in the day, the counter join office captured the understudies EFCC in a strike on lodgings outside the grounds. As per the commission, they were grabbed at Oduduwa Bequest area of Ile-Ife following “significant knowledge” on their thought contribution in deceitful web related exercises.
The National Association of Nigerian Understudies (NANS) Coordinator for South-West, John Alao affirmed the understudies’ delivery to Stations TV in a phone discussion.
Likewise affirming the delivery, the EFCC representative, Dele Oyewale, expressed “a large number of the suspects properly profiled by the Order have been delivered, while profiling of suspects yet un-delivered will be finished, immediately.”
Oyewale, nonetheless, didn’t demonstrate the specific number of understudies that were delivered.
“In accordance with the recently evaluated methodology on capture and bail of suspects by the Monetary and Monetary Wrongdoings Commission, EFCC, the Chief Executive of the Commission, Mr. Ola Olukoyede has coordinated that sting activities at evening be halted in every one of the Orders of the EFCC,” the assertion read.
“The Commission wishes to guarantee the public that it won’t yield in that frame of mind to law and order, in the activity of its command.”
The protesting students carried various placards, expressing disappointment at the action of the anti-graft agency.
Some of the inscriptions on the placards read, “I am a medical student, not a Yahoo boy,” “Why remove the CCTV cameras if you are armed robbers,” “Criminals trying to arrest criminals,” among others.
At the EFCC Ibadan office, operatives of the anti-graft commission had barricaded their premises with watertight security.
Despite the tight presence of security officials, the OAU students were calling on the leadership of the commission to attend to them.