A cleric, Pastor Stephen Oludare, has warned students against travelling with their friends to unknown destinations without the knowledge of their parents.
Oludare, of Victory Church of Christ, told newsmen in Ilorin on Wednesday that many students were fond of travelling around with friends from campus without notifying their parents.
“It is very common on our campuses nowadays to see students go with their friends to unknown places and parties.
“Some students will never deem it necessary to inform any of their relatives before embarking on such dangerous trips and end up being harmed.
“That is why cases of missing students are very common in our society: Students that are expected to be on campus studying have turned to frequent travellers.
“It is risky to follow people you never know their background to their town, all in the name of friendship and celebration without informing anybody,” he said.
The cleric, therefore, advised students to desist from such act and ensure that their parents or guardians were aware of their movement at every point in time.
“It is very safe to keep your parent or guardian aware of your movement in order not to put your life at risk of being used for ritual,” the pastor said.
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