A student of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, who spoke to our correspondent on Sunday on strict condition of anonymity, said that the clash had affected academic programmes in the school.
He said that the development had made the school management to impose a curfew, restricting the movement of students living in hostels on the campus after 6pm.
Rector of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Mr. Martin Aligbe, who spoke to our Correspondent on the phone said, “We have not confirmed any of the victims to be our students.
“The cult clashes are happening in the villages. It is not happening on the campus.
“But our concern is that our students live in the villages where these clashes are taking place. We have also reached out to the Police.”