NAPS condemns murder of MAPOLY student, calls for arrest of culprits


The National Association of Polytechnic Students, (NAPS) has condemned the killing of Miss Happiness Odeh, a student of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic Ogun State

The Public Relations Officer of NAPS, Noah Agada in a statement issued on Monday said the killing of Miss Odeh was worrisome and disheartening.

Agada, while describing the deceased as a promising Nigerian Student noted that her death remains a serious threat to other Students in the country.

The statement reads in part, “Life is a precious gift, a fundamental right no man should take.

“We will recall that on the 9th of August, 2022, It went viral that Miss Happiness Odeh who was the MISS MAPOLY was declared missing.

Fast forward to this day, it strikes our heart to hear the sad news of her death, being murdered by her abductor.

“This is a serious security threat on the lives of our students and we must call on the necessary quarters to swing into action.

“The security of lives and property is the first and major responsibility of the government. We are thereby calling on the Executive Governor of Ogun State, His Excellency Dapo Abiodun and the Commissioner of Police to bring to book the perpetrators of this wicked act.

Agada also called on the student community to help the security agencies by providing useful information that will lead to the arrest of those behind the murder of Miss Odeh.

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