Police arrests secondary school students for cultism in Calabar
The Cross River State police command has confirmed the arrest of four students of Government Secondary School, Akim Qua Town, Calabar over their alleged involvement in cult-related activities and other vices.
The students were caught in the premises of the school after security agents were hinted about some disturbing activities they were engaged in which could have posed a serious threat.
The Special Adviser to Cross River State Governor on Education, Comrade Castro Ezama thanked the security agents for the timely intervention, stating that the students will be re-integrated into the school once things have been put in place and normalcy guaranteed.
Mr. Ezama further warned students of the school against all forms of criminality, noting that Governor Ben Ayade has zero-tolerance for cultism, drug abuse, and other social vices.
Parents of the affected students are expected to have an emergency meeting with the leadership of the school and security agents to resolve the issue.