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DSS invades Ekiti school, arrests officials
DSS invades Ekiti school: Operatives of the Department of State Services on Tuesday stormed a secondary school in Ado-Ekiti, Ola Oluwa Muslim Grammar School, and arrested some members of staff.
Those arrested were the Secretary to the Principal, one Mrs Olagbemi, and an Office Assistant, one Mrs Ogunrinde.
It was learnt that the officials were arrested for allegedly collecting Permanent Voters’ Cards from teachers.
The Principal of the School, Ado-Ekiti, Sunmonu Olaoye, confirmed the arrest to journalists in the state.
Olaoye said “The DSS operatives were in black uniforms and also wore black masks and headed for my office. I wasn’t in the office but I was within the premises to monitor ongoing third term examinations. Some of my staff members were in my office making photocopies of their documents, including their PVCs.
“I allowed them to make use of the school’s facilities because I don’t want anything to disrupt the ongoing examinations. The DSS people just swooped on the teachers, seized their documents including their PVCs and took away two members of staff. They also locked up my office and denied us access to examination materials we were to give to our students.
“I don’t know when making photocopies of documents, including PVCs became an offence. One of the operatives even called my number, saying I must report in their office within an hour or I would be treated as a common criminal.”
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