Four students were allegedly arrested by security during the UI SU inauguration for protesting a fee increase

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According to what 460PLAY has learned, the pupils were apprehended by the school’s security personnel, who subsequently turned them over to members of the state’s Joint Security Network, a program also known as Operation Burst.

The school reportedly raised tuition prices for pupils not long ago, according to our source. The rights group ERC has taken action in response to the University of Ibadan’s decision to raise tuition fees.

A number of students, according to 460PLAY reporting, held signs reading “No to fee hike” at Monday’s inauguration of the newly elected leadership of the Students Union.

Professor Kayode Adebowale, the university’s vice chancellor, and other senior administrators were present for the inauguration.

As far as our reporter can tell, security personnel at the event detained the students responsible for removing the “No to fee hike” banners.

Ayodele Aduwo, Mide Gbadegbesin, Nice Linus, and Adeyeye Olorunfemi were among the pupils that were detained.

According to what our reporter has learned, the students were physically assaulted by members of the campus security team before being transferred to the men of operation.

According to 460PLAY reporting, the kids were finally released following intense pressure from both the students and other interested parties.

Students’ claims of an impending arrest, according to the school’s public relations officer, Mrs. Adejoke Akinpelu, were nothing more than student propaganda.

The statement is false. This is not accurate. I stated that wasn’t true and that those students were just spreading propaganda.

The new SU executives were being sworn in at the time. Despite carrying signs, no one bothered to touch them.

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