Deeper Lifestyles College Saga: Police Detain 74 Yr-old Doctor, Four DLHS Personnel
The Akwa Ibom State Police command has detained one Dr. Effiong Udimidue over the alleged molestation and maltreatment of Don-Davies Archibong, eleven year old boy and a JSS1 student of Deeper lifestyles excessive college, Idoro Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.
It was gathered that Dr Udimidue and four other groups of workers of the school had been detained after the meeting the Police held with all events concerned in the matter on Tuesday on the Police Headquarters, Uyo.
In accordance with an official supply, Dr Udimidue retired from the State executive and is at the moment operating his own private hospital inside Uyo, the state capital.
The four workforce of the college who were also detained protected, the Vice principall of the college, and an administrative workforce whose names couldn’t be ascertained at this time
Others are two academics, who double as Boarding Masters of the Junior college students hostel and Senior students hostel, Mr. Akpan and Mr. Nseabasi Joseph respectively.
It gathered that the assembly, which ensued in continuation of investigation into the Deeper existence excessive college count number ended about 5pm on Tuesday meeting.
An extra investigation has it that the police command invited the remaining concerned on Thursday , including the Senior college students accused of molestation and bullying, and they had made statements over the controversial subject.
The mother of Don-Davies, Mrs. Deborah Archibong had petitioned the Police command alleging that her son Don Davies was inhumanly treated, molested and subjected to starvation in the college.
Keep in mind that the Commissioner of Police, Andrew Amiengheme, had in a statement on Tuesday signed via the Police Public family members Officer, Mr. Odiko MacDon, made obtainable to newsmen in Uyo, certain Akwa Ibom people that no stone could be left unturned in unraveling the fact about this case in search of justice.
Amiengheme, who had additionally ascertained that the outcomes of the investigation would be made public. All youngsters enjoined in this event are involved in the count number to activity restraint pending the result of the ongoing police investigation.
In the meantime effort to get reaction of the PPRO, Odiko MacDon on the detention of the five people failed as he did not take calls made to his G.S.M mobile.