Update: "He was chased to the school library where they axed him mercilessly"- How final year BSU student, Nater Nyiyongu was hacked to death by cultists - AMEBO ONLINE NEWSPAPER

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Update: "He was chased to the school library where they axed him mercilessly"- How final year BSU student, Nater Nyiyongu was hacked to death by cultists

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Suspected cultists invaded the Benue State University (BSU) Makurdi campus, and killed a 400 level student Isaac Nater Nyiyongu. Read previous report here

According to one of the students, the incident happened around 7 pm on Wednesday night. 

"The cultists chased the final year student of Political Science from outside the university campus into the campus, shot sporadically into the air while the security men scampered for safety. The deceased student was chased through the gate down to the school library where they caught up with him and axed him mercilessly until he gave up. Indeed, the cult members had a field day because no one could go closer"

Spokesperon of the State Police Command,  DSP Catherine Anene, confirmed the incident saying that one student was killed in Benue State University campus.

The Vice-Chancellor of the university, Professor Moses Kembe, who also confirmed the killing said the cultists took advantage of the ongoing strike action.

Prof Moses Kembe, Vice Chancellor of the university held a press conference at the BSU Senate Chambers on Thursday, 13th March, 2020, where he said that the management had resolved to take proactive measures to avert reoccurrence.

Among the measures include

''Entry into the university is henceforth restricted to the three main gates at the eastern and western wings and the College of Health Sciences;

"All university visitors must present proper identification to the security personnel at the gate;

"Staff and students must visibly display their identification cards at all times especially while on campus;

"Security staff are mandated to carry out stop-and-search on persons with suspicious behaviour while on campus," the Vice Chancellor announced.

Kembe, who described also blamed parents and guardians for standing in the way of university management in addressing the problem of cultism.

"Another problem is that when a student suspected to be a cultist is handed over to the Police for prosecution, people come to bail them. And in most cases, their parents or guardians," the Vice Chancellor said, adding they will "swear to the heavens that their children are not involved."

 

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