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The Governor of Edo state, Adams Oshiomole has temporarily shut down the Edo state Institute of Management (ESITM) located at Usen.
The Institution was shut down after two students of the school student was shot by the governor's force men.
The two affected students were shot in the police's effort to control a riot that led the students to attempting to burn Usen police station.
The government of Edo state therefore has called on parents to talk to their children and wards to make sure that they adhere strictly to government's decision and leave the school environment.
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