Shocking! Ekiti Student Caught Hiding His Colleague’s Underwear With Charms Inside Wardrobe
A male student of the College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti in Ekiti State, has been reportedly caught hiding his colleague’s underwear with charms wrapped around it right inside his wardrobe .
The culprit simply identified as Tunde, but popularly known as Zacchaeus, took the underwear from the victim’s bag.
The stolen pant belongs to the representative of Pace Setters Hall of Residence Comrade Akinola Ayomide, popularly known as Mayegun.
The underwear was found with the accused along with charms wrapped around it.
The incident, which occurred on Thursday, threw the entire campus into pandemonium.
Zacchaeus according to other students is an internet fraudster, also referred to as yahoo yahoo, due to his questionable lifestyle.
The students said Zacchaeus had earlier boasted to his friends that he would buy a car before the end of the year.
The Directorate of Students Affairs (DSA), the security personnel, and student representative bodies immediately rushed to the scene to control the situation.
In his reaction, Mayegun expressed shock at the situation.
He said: “I went to town yesterday and on my way back, I saw one of my friends who pointedly told me: ‘You have been used’. I couldn’t understand this until I was taken to the room of Zacchaeus where I saw my underwear in a kind of calabash along with schnapps and some fetish items wrapped around it. I could hardly wait for Zacchaeus’ arrival and I asked him how my underwear got to his wardrobe along with those charms. He tried to escape, but we chased and grabbed him,” he said.
Charles Egunjobi, the DSA, described the incident as ‘unbelievable and unexpected’, promising that management would treat the matter with urgency.
He said: “This is really unusual of the school,” Egunjobi said.
"The management has issued a directive that the guy should be handed over to the police. As you can see, the police from the Ikere-Ekiti Area Command are here.
“Next time, when students are involved in a situation like this, I expect them find a lasting solution through non-violent means. The students aren’t supposed to make a noise or take laws into their hands,” Egunjobi added.
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