The Nigerian News Agency reports that the Jos University administration has ordered all student dormitories to close due to the threat to the school.
Mr. Abdullahi Abdullahi, the university’s deputy director of information and publications, said in a statement sent to the Nigerian News Agency (NAN) in Jos on Saturday that the dormitories would remain closed until further notice.
Abdullahi said the decision was made at an emergency meeting between university administration and other stakeholders, including state security chiefs, the institution’s security chief, student representatives and others, on Friday, April 30. was carried out after the hook.
According to the official, the results of the meeting showed that the university has become a soft target of security, so the students decided to vacate the dormitories.
“The meeting discussed a security report on threats to University staff, students and property. As a result, soft signs like bedding are at great risk.
“Based on this development, dormitories need to be affected immediately. Students and other members of the university community must follow and follow this guideline carefully.
“This is for the safety of students until all security measures to protect student accommodation and dormitories are improved,” he said.
But the deputy registrar said the ongoing exams would continue unhindered.
He called on students and all members of the university community to be vigilant about safety and to report suspicious activities within the university to security agencies for a quick response.