A Higher National Diploma female student of the Federal Polytechnic, Offa, in Kwara State, identified as Toyin Bamidele has been allegedly hacked to death by unknown persons.
This was confirmed to newsmen on Friday by the institution’s acting head of Public Relations Unit, Folake Oyinloye who said the the management had commenced an investigation into the murder in conjunction with security agencies.
Oyinloye called the victim’s death as an irreparable loss to the entire management and Staff of the Polytechnic and urged anyone with useful information on this incident to report to Security Agents.
“The management condemns this inhumane act in strong terms, as it is strange in the polytechnic community.
“While the circumstances behind the incident remain unknown, investigations are currently ongoing to reveal the identity of the evil occurrence by the appropriate security agencies and, as a matter of urgency, to fish out the culprits.
“Her demise is an irreparable loss to the entire management and Staff of the Polytechnic.
“The management somberly condoles with her family, friends, and the Department of Food Technology for the great loss and urges anyone who has useful information on this occurrence to report to Security Agents.
“The management prays to God to repose her soul, grant her eternal rest and uphold her family to bear the loss, she said.”
Toyin Bamidele, who was a student of the Food Technology Department, was allegedly hacked to death in her rented apartment outside the campus on Thursday.