Students of Polytechnic Ibadan on Monday afternoon were panic as two rival cult gangs engaged in a shootout on the campus.
It was gathered that academic and other activities were disrupted during the incident.
Eyewitnesses stated that the two shootings took place around the Central Administrative Building of the campus and it lasted for about 10 to 15 minutes.
It was learnt that people scrambled for safety while the shootings lasted, disrupting academic activities, but calmness had since returned on the campus.
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The Public Relations Officer of the institution, Mr Soladoye Adewole, confirmed the incident, stated that there were no casualties in the incident.
According to him, “The management is looking into it and the security office is also working on it to unravel what had happened.
“Calmness has returned to the campus. Whatever happened was for about five minutes but you know where there is always a large crowd of people, the tendency is that people will be jittery and make noise, but the commotion doesn’t last for more than five minutes.
“But everything is under control,” Adewole said.