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Kwara CP to girls: Beware of students flaunting wealth

The Commissioner of Police, Kwara State, Paul Odama, has warned girls to be wary of male students who flaunt wealth about. Odama said this in…

The Commissioner of Police, Kwara State, Paul Odama, has warned girls to be wary of male students who flaunt wealth about.

Odama said this in a chat with City & Crime at the sidelines of a parade of some suspected criminals and cultists in Ilorin, the state capital.

According to him, “I want to warn all the girls in Ilorin and Kwara State to be very careful who they are following because these male university students looking handsome and supposedly rich can be very dangerous. 

“Some of them are alleged cultists, armed robbers and ritualists all rolled up in one. They use iPhones of N1.5m to N2m and drive G-Wagon and other expensive cars about,” he added.

The CP, who said majority of the students involved in these crimes don’t take these things home, advised parents to always check on their wards and verify their academic status from the school authorities.

“Our experience has shown that majority of their parents are unaware of the kind of lifestyles their children live in school. They don’t take these expenses items and cars home. They only use them in school and the towns where the school is located.

“Parents need to visit their wards in school, know their friends and enquire about their academic status from the school authorities. Some of these students have been rusticated,” he added.

 

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