Monday, April 26, 2021

So Sad! See Graphic Photos Of Oko Poly Student Allegedly Stabbed To Death By Caretaker

 A young student's life has been cut short by a caretaker while fighting over water.


A student of the Federal Polytechnic, Oko has been stabbed to death.
He was allegedly stabbed to death by a caretaker of one of the off campus lodges over issues surrounding the pumping of water. 
The deceased identified as Abuchi, an ND2 student of the Department of Public Administration was stabbed on the neck by the caretaker at Currency Lodge on Saturday, April 24.
It was gathered that the deceased and other tenants had gone to caretaker to complain about lack of water. The complaint led to a fight between both parties during which the caretaker stabbed Abuchi. 
Abuchi was rushed to a nearby hospital by his lodge mates where he was confirmed dead. The suspect was said to have fled after the student died. 
Police officers attached to the Oko Division reportedly arrived the scene in the aftermath of the fight to commence an investigation. The corpse has been deposited in the mortuary.
The Director of Welfare, Student Union Government (SUG) of the institution, who confirmed the incident in a statement, urged students to refrain from taking matters into their hands as the Divisional Police Station Oko is investigating the case.
"The Death of Abuchi, a student of Public Administration Nd2 R2 FedPoly Oko according to an eye witness (Mmachukwu) who lived in the same lodge with the deceased narrated that Abuchi was stabbed by the caretaker who collected the money contributed by the whole tenants of Currency Lodge Oko to pump water on Friday but to their greatest surprise the water didn’t last up to a day so Abuchi and other concerned lodge mates went straight to the lodge caretaker to complain because such a thing had never happened in the lodge," the statement reads. 

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