Normalcy Returns After Health Sciences Students, Police Clash
Normal academic work has resumed at the College of Health Science and Technology, Port Harcourt after the students went on rampage as the Anti-Cultism Unit of the Nigeria Police stormed the campus to arrest some students suspected to be involved in cult activities.
The Provost of the College, Dr. Franklin Nlerum who dropped the hint after a meeting between the Management and Students Union Government (SUG) of the college said the students misconstrued the police to be unknown gunmen and prevented them from carrying out their lawful duties.
Nlerum opined that those innocent students that were arrested by the police will regain their freedom as the law Enforcement Agents still carry out their investigation and called on those students who fled the campus to come back as normalcy had returned to the school.
In his remarks, the President of the Student Union Government, Comrade Rosebery Minini Braide on behalf of the students apologized to the management of the school for their behavior and thanked them for the return of normalcy the school.
Braide said as students, they cannot be more than their management and called on the students to conduct themselves as they resume academic work.