In a shocking and tragic incident, Toyin Bamidele, a Higher National Diploma student of Food Technology at the Federal Polytechnic, Offa, Kwara State, was brutally hacked to death in her rented apartment outside the campus on Thursday, November 16.
The news of her untimely demise has left the polytechnic community in disbelief, prompting swift condemnation from the institution’s management.
Mrs. Folake Oyinloye, the acting head of the Public Relations Unit, confirmed the incident in a statement expressing deep sorrow and condemning the inhumane act.
While the circumstances surrounding the killing remain unknown, the institution has assured the public that investigations are underway.
The appropriate security agencies are diligently working to unveil the identity of the perpetrators and bring them to justice.
The polytechnic’s management extended heartfelt condolences to Toyin Bamidele’s family, friends, and the Department of Food Technology, emphasizing the irreparable loss to the entire academic community.
The management urged anyone with useful information about the incident to come forward and assist the security agencies in their ongoing investigations.
In a somber note, the management offered prayers for the repose of Toyin Bamidele’s soul and strength for her grieving family to bear the loss.