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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Uniport Shut Down As Students Set 12 Houses Ablaze In Aluu

No fewer than 12 houses were today set ablaze at Omuokiri-Aluu by angry Nigerian students who invaded the village in their numbers this evening protesting the brutal killing of four of their fellow students.
UNIPORT students were mobilised by students of other universities under the umbrella of the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS. The students blocked major roads in Port Harcourt before moving to Aluu but fortunately for the indigenes, they were all gone before the students got there.The whole village was deserted, not even goats or chickens were seen anywhere.
While the rampaging students were on the East West road, they reportedly insisted that they would only move out of the road after the Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof Joseph Ajienka had addressed them.  The Vice Chancellor reportedly obliged them after securing assurances that he would not be rough handled

Sources said while the Vice Chancellor came to plead with the students to shun any temptation to be violent some of the students immediately started hurling sachet water at him.
It took the timely intervention of security operatives to whisk him away from the spot.

Meanwhile, the spokesman of the school revealed this evening that the university has been shut down indefinitely.

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