Chibueze-Agbo, is the proprietor of Royal Comprehensive College, Mandate International School and Royal Demonstration Nursery and Primary Schools, located at Ezzamgbo in Ohaukwu Local Government Area, sealed by Ebonyi Government.
He alleged that science equipment, computers and other vital instructional materials in the two secondary schools were either vandalised or looted.
“The report we have is that our science laboratory, computers and other valuable instructional materials including some classroom blocks in our two secondary schools currently under seal have been either looted or vandalised.
“We carried out discreet investigation and confirmed the report to be true and accordingly reported the incident at the Ohaukwu Divisional Police Headquarters, Ezzamgbo.
“The looting and vandalism took place while the property were under police occupation after they were sealed.
“Our rights to ownership of the property have not been revoked nor the property forfeited to the state government, hence it remains the duty of the police to check illegal encroachment into the property”, Chibueze-Agbo said.
Meanwhile, Mrs Loveth Odah, Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Ebonyi Police Command, said that the command was yet to receive report of any alleged looting and vandalism at the said property from Chibueze-Agbo or from the division.
“Of what need is reporting to the press going to be under this situation? What he should have done was to bring a report to any of the superior commands, that he reported the matter at divisional police level and nothing was done.
“The superior police authority will then investigate why the division did not do anything about it.
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the three schools were sealed since 2017, while Chibueze-Agbo dragged the state government to court to challenge the action. (NAN)No tags for this post.