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Some students in St. Charles High School and Ifeoluwa Government Middle School Osogbo sustained varying degrees of injuries on Friday as the duo schools engaged themselves in a bloody clash over alleged extortion by some students of Ifeoluwa.

There was pandemonium on the school premises as teachers and students ran helter skelter in order not to be caught in the web of the violence.

The students were said to have used dangerous weapons like cutlasses, axes and clubs freely on themselves.

Amiloaded gathered that the fraca was a reprisal attack which started at about 12pm on Friday. No fewerr than two students were said to be seriously injured while several others fled the school.

According to a student of St Charles simply identified as Alfa, the “students of Ifeoluwa had gone to hire the students from both Baptist High school and Ansar-ud-deen High school to unleash trouble on us.

“As we were moving towards the mosque, we saw some people who dressed in mufti and they came with cutlass, axe and other weapons to fight us.

"The issue actually started on Wednesday when a student of Ifeoluwa who have been severally caught extorting money from students of St. Charles was cautioned by us but his brother threatened us on that day and he attempted to wreck havoc on students yesterday.

When Amiloaded visited the two schools that share boundary, many students were seen with several weapons ranging from pebbles, clubs, cutlasses and axes.

Another student form St. Charles said “Baale and one other guy have been injured by Olamide (pointing to a guy in black shirt at the center of the scene).

Olamide and Emir are students of Baptist High School”Information from the only teacher met at the scene made it known that other teachers ran from the schools when they sensed the trouble and this is not the first time that such a bloody clash would be happening among the students of both schools.

The teacher thereby urged the state government to strengthen the security of the state public

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