Following the killings of ten students of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede the authorities of the school, have directed their students resident inside the campus to stay within their hostels environment.
The school management ordered the students living in the hostels that no one was allowed to go out nor come in after 6pm.
About 10 persons, mostly students, were shot dead within the school over cult rivalry within one week.
The Imo State Police command in its reaction to the development said it has commenced investigations into the death of the 10 students.
The command’s Public Relations Officer, Orlando Ikeokwu who made the disclosure to the media said the killers will not escape the wrath of the law.
Ikeokwu said the Anti-Cult department of the Police has arrested a suspect in connection with the killings even as he assured that the situation is now under control.
Meanwhile, many students of the institution have abandoned their hostels and relocated outside the school environs as a means to avoid what they described as cross fire during a shoot-out.
On their part, indigenes of the host community, Umudibia Nekede have also called on the Police to double their efforts to safeguard lives and properties.
An indigene told the media that the clash between the Ayes and Baggers confraternities had lasted for over ten days, adding that no one seems to know when it will abate.