It remains a misery how teachers of secondary schools in Ogun State are losing their lives.

24 teachers in public secondary schools have been confirmed dead since the beginning of 2018.                                               

It was a similar experience in 2016 where more than ten public secondary schools teachers died within months in the over 500 public secondary schools in the state.

According to data obtained by Bounce News, 14 of the teachers died in April while four more died in February.

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One person each died in January and March.

Some of the teachers, according to information, died on health grounds, while the cause of some death to others could not be ascertained.

The state chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Secondary School Teachers (ASUS), Comrade Akeem Lasisi, has expressed concern.

Meanwhile, the ASUS chairman also raised alarm over the rising activities of cult groups in Ogun public schools.

He said students from Age 10 to 15 have been initiated into cultism and forced to remain silent while committing evil  deeds.                                                         

"This issue of cultism in our schools is worrisome, they have names like Jagbon, dangerous boys, executors, killer boys, school two guys, executors and kill the teachers.           

Bounce News investigation in some schools revealed that members of a public secondary cult group known as 'Killer Boys' have an identification mark under their jaws.

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