Chaos as workers battle reptiles, catch giant python at Nigerian university, video and photos emerge Nigeria news

  • Some workers at Umaru Musa Yar’Adua University, Katsina, managed to catch a very large python in a drainage
  • In a brief video clip, it took around four university staff to get their hands on the wild animal
  • The school administration, reacting to this, said they carried out a serious fumigation exercise on the main campus to keep wild animals away.

There was some drama at Umaru Musa Yar’Adua University in Katsina on Saturday, September 4, when staff members fought and got hold of a huge python in a drainage.

Workers were found to catch a snake and fight other reptiles in the sabbaticals, reports Punch.

This is why the school administration agreed to embark on a vast fumigation exercise in the school environment on Tuesday, September 7.

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According to the institution’s public affairs official, Mallam Abdulhamid Danjuma, the school was able to ward off large numbers of reptiles through the exercise.

It took about four men to hold and restrain the reptile
Source: UGC

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Danjuma said:

“In an effort to get rid of snakes and other reptiles all over the campus, the management of Umaru Musa Yar’adua University in Katsina State managed to expel large numbers of snakes from the environment of the institution.

“The effort paid off thanks to one of the regular fumigation exercises held in the facility.

“Normally, university authorities generally perform fortnightly fumigation exercises to ward off reptiles, snakes and other insects in order to make the university habitable for staff, students and guests.”

Further, he explained that other measures used to keep wildlife away from the main campus were bush burning and clearing of invasive grasses.

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Danjuma urged the students to “immediately report any suspicious movement of reptiles to university authorities for swift action.”

Bandits kidnap the 3 sons of the school vice-provost in Katsina

Meanwhile, the three sons of the vice-rector of Isa Kaita College of Education in Dutsinma, Katsina state, Isma’il Ado Funtua, had been kidnapped by bandits.

A source close to Ado Funtua, who confirmed the incident, said the bandits invaded the campus and broke into the deputy provost’s residence around 11:30 p.m. on Monday, September 6. concluded that the source, however, said the kidnappers on their way released the guard and left with the man’s children.

Source: legitimate Nigeria

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