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FUOYE Killings: Police Release Detained Student


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The Ekiti State police command has released a student identified as Idris Salau, who was detained after he went to submit a letter of protest.

Naija News understands that the letter was to protest the killing of two students of the Federal University, Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE) by police officers, in a recent protest that turned bloody.

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This online news platform understands that Salau was detained minutes after he approached the Police in the state to submit a letter of protest to the state command.

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He had earlier submitted a similar letter to the State Security Services unit in the state.

Mr Salau who is the National Public Relations Officer of the Federation of Ekiti State Students’ Union (FESSU).

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According to a release by his union, Mr Salau “had successfully delivered a letter to the ‘Department of State Security’ earlier, before he was detained around 2 p.m. today while dispatching hard copies of the union’s press release to the Nigeria Police Force, Ekiti State Command”.

The General Secretary of FESSU, Ebenezer Idowu, who confirmed the arrest in a telephone interview, demanded for the immediate release of the PRO then.

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Mr Idowu has now confirmed that Mr Salau has been released by the police.

According to him “He was released at 9.20 a.m. without any bail condition”.

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