UNIPORT Re-Opens For The First Time After Murder Of #Aluu4

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The University of Port-Harcourt re-opened last Thursday after weeks of closure due to murder of 4 of it’s students in the neighboring village of Aluu, and the police have urged the public not to mistake the opening as an end to the investigative proceedings.

Rivers Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Ben Ugwuegbulam, in a statement, yesterday, noted that the clarification had become necessary following public apprehension as management last Thursday, declared Uniport reopened after over four weeks of closure following violent protests by students of the university over the murder of their schoolmates in Aluu community.

The PPRO maintained that the trial of the suspects was very much alive and more arrests had been made in connection to the murders.

The students were cautioned to go about their normal activities peacefully, assuring that security around the institution and its host communities had been beefed up to keep the peace and forestall breakdown of law and order.

Wana

Wana

Quo non Ascendam. Writer. E-mail: wana@360nobs.com

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