Violence broke out at Surulere Baptist College in Ilorin on Wednesday as Christian employees of the varsity defied the directive by the Kwara State authorities asking the ten mission faculties closed down over hijab situation to renew courses.
DAILY POST stories that the Muslim women who resumed for courses of their hijab gown code had been stopped by the Christian employees of the varsity which provoked the women and their mother and father on floor.
The verbal alternate which adopted between the Muslim mother and father and the Christian employees quickly was alternate of harmful objects together with stones between the 2 events.
Our correspondent stories that safety operatives who had been referred to as in, had to make use of teargas to disperse the rowdy scene earlier than bringing the scenario beneath management.
College pupils who resumed for courses, mother and father and academics needed to scamper for security amid rains of teargas by the safety operatives.
The scenario was calm at St James College, Maraba and C&S Faculty, Sabo Oke, however no pupil or scholar was allowed to enter the faculties as they remained beneath lock and key in defiance of the state authorities’s directive.
DAILY POST, nevertheless, stories that at about 11.30 a.m, pupils and academics of St Barnabas LGEA College, Lajonrin Road, Sabo Oke, had been chased out of the varsity premises with pupils leaping out of the home windows.
One other report stated yesterday’s resistance by the Christian neighborhood of the resumption of the ten faculties began at ECWA major college, Oja Iya round 7a.m, with a protest earlier than spreading to Surulere Baptist College.
On the time of this report, no official response from the state authorities had been launched.