Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

ENTERTAINMENT

Commotion As Strange ‘Fetish-Like’ Object Scares Students, Workers From University Of Ibadan Gate

Advertisements

A strange and fetish-like object has been spotted at the front of the University of Ibadan gate, scaring people away.

According to Tribune Online, a strange but fetish-like object said to have been placed in front of the main entrance gate into the campus of the University of Ibadan (UI), by unknown persons Friday morning, caused students, workers and other passersby to fret as they approached its vicinity.

Advertisements

A student of UI, who is an eyewitness, narrating his experience to Tribune Online, said, on arrival at the UI gate Friday morning, he saw the strange object, a wooden image carved in human form, carefully placed in front of the entrance gate.

Speaking further, he said it was presented as if a kind of “ritual offering” seeing ripped pepper and tomatoes circled around it.

When Tribune Online spoke with a senior staff member of the school, he, though said he was yet to see it, but stated that it wasn’t strange for members of the Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU) of the institution to place fetish objects in strategic areas of the school when they embark on strike to scare people away.

Advertisements

The NASU leadership on Thursday, called out its members in UI to begin an indefinite strike action against the school authorities to press home its demands for better welfare package.

However, when Tribune Online spoke with NASU chairman, UI, Comrade Malachy Etim, he confirmed the development, saying it was the union that placed what he called “a harmless object in front of UI gate, which according to him, “only symbolises the unity of our union.”

Advertisements
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

You May Also Like

EDUCATION

Advertisements Against the ease of lockdown order announced by the federal government in Ogun, Lagos and the FCT, Abuja, the management of the University...

News

Advertisements Life in China is now returning to normalcy since the outbreak of Coronavirus. With some schools slowly reopening after the long hiatus, one...

ENTERTAINMENT

Advertisements The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Uyo Zonal Office, in colaboration with the Commission’s operatives from Abuja, has stormed a building called...

EDUCATION

Advertisements Poly Ibadan Burns Cell Phones Worth Millions Seized From Students During Examination To restate its commitment to fighting examination malpractices to the barest...