Tuesday, 9 October 2012

UNIPORT shut down indefinitely as students set Omuokiri-Aluu ablaze

The spokesman of the school revealed this evening that the university has been shut down indefinitely.
At least 12 houses have been set ablaze at Omuokiri-Aluu by angry Nigerian students who descended the small village in their hundreds this evening protesting the violent murder of four 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. 
According to source, the whole village was deserted, not even goats or chickens were seen anywhere.
I am not in support of violence ,but i am proud of these young men...we need more of this,thanks!

2 comments:

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Was waiting for dis spirit of Aluta,thank God its finnally here. We need to make a point,dis should be a warning to odas. D Nigerian youth deserves a fair hearing,no matter d situation.

~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

BRIGHTINO said...

ALUTA CONTINUA!!! I miss school days. This is the kind of unity i pray we have in this country. That no matter our creed, tribe or religion we should always stand together as one bearing in mind that injustice to one is injustice to all.