Cross River State Commissioner for Education Warns Students Against Cult Activities

Cross River State Commissioner for Education Warns Students Against Cult Activities

The Cross River State Commissioner for Education, Dr. Stephen Odey has advised students of the state to portray the state in a good way and make their parents proud, instead of getting involved in activities that are capable of destroying their lives and future.

 

The Commissioner gave the advice during a visit to Government Secondary School Ikot Ansa Calabar, following a viral video of some students of the School involving in a gang fight.

 

It was reported that the SS2 students of the school invited some suspected cultists to help them fight their SS3 senior students, which attracted the Commissioner and the Police.

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On noticing the unrest in the school, the Principal of the school, Obono Ubana Ofem alerted the Divisional Police Officer of Federal Housing Police Station, CSP Innocent E Ayabotu who came and addressed the students on the danger of cult-related activities while the Commissioner on his arrival ordered for immediate investigation on the case.

 

The Commissioner pointed out that after investigation, those involved will be adequately punished and expelled from the school and will not be allowed to gain administration into any other school in the State.