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Suspects related to DLHS crisis charged in court

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By Chioma Onuegbu Uyo

The Akwa Ibom State Police Command has indicted the suspects related to the Deeper Life High School crisis.

The police public relations officer, Mr. Odiko MacDon, revealed this in a statement made available to journalists on Wednesday night in Uyo.
MacDon reiterated that the police investigation into the controversial issue followed a petition to the Police Commissioner from Ms. Deborah Archibong, mother of Don Davies, who was allegedly abused and mistreated by the accused students and the school’s management.

revealed that Ms. Ndidi Solomon and four other staff members, including four other staff members, were charged before the Court of First Instance while the two students were charged in the juvenile court.

It stated: “Following a request from a Ms. Deborah Archibong to the Police Commissioner, Akwa Ibom State, Mr. Andrew Amiengheme, and from the Commissioner’s directive for a discreet investigation of the matters contained herein, a Ms.) and Four other staff members, including two students whose actions or inactions denied current laws, have been charged in court today.

“While Ms. Ndidi Solomon and four other people were indicted before the Court of First Instance, the two students were indicted before the Juvenile Court.

“The Police Commissioner, although he pointed out that it is only appropriate that matters of this nature be investigated quickly and that the Courts decide on their merit, has asked the school authorities to take the welfare and discipline of their students seriously.
“The command wishes to show that it has great respect for Fundamental Human Rights and will continue to protect the rights of citizens as constitutionally provided”

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