Missing Student: FUOYE calls for calm …says investigation on going


  • By Demola Atobaba, Ado-Ekiti

The Management of the Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), has called for calm over the alleged missing of a female student, Modupe Deborah Ayanda who reportedly went missing in September 6, 2023, urging all stakeholders to be calm as investigation is on going on the development while efforts have been made on the arrest of some suspects connected to the incident.

According to a statement made available to TopNewsng in Ado-Ekiti by the Registrar , Mr. Mufutau A. Ibrahim, entitled: ”Press Release on Current Occurrence in the University”, and made available to the University media team on Wednesday evening, reads in part: “The University Management has received a report on the case of Ms Modupe Deborah Atanda who was reported missing as at Wednesday, 6th September 2023; and Management is saddened at the current turn of events.


It is pertinent to promptly inform the entire University community that immediate steps have been taken in this regard, as all National Security Personnel have been drafted to handle the situation. As a matter of fact, several arrests have been made of suspects.

To this end, all students (Stream A and any other full-time student still on any of the University’s campuses) are hereby directed to vacate the premises with immediate effect to ensure a proper, holistic and unimpeded thorough investigation, please.

It is worthy of note that armed security personnel have been quickly deployed for patrol, surveillance and security purposes.

Rest assured that all steps would be taken by the University to fish out any and all culpable persons; and they shall face the full and unmitigated consequences of their action(s).

A new resumption date for all students would be conveyed accordingly. We sincerely regret any inconveniences these may have caused. Thank you.”

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