PROTESTS ON TRAIL DEATH (RAPING CASE)

PROTESTS ON TRAIL DEATH OF UNIBEN STUDENT
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Hi Reader,In this article mycardpin team will like to share with you the current happenings and news & update about the rapping issue happening in UNIBEN. However, before we produce the protests on trial death of uniben student on the raping issue of Miss Vera Uwaila Omozuwa’s

What is Protests

Is the expression of an objection to what someone or somebody has said or done in a particular area,town,village,city.

let to This was not to be last week, Miss Vera Uwaila Omozuwa’s young life was curtail by some rapists. This has thrown the university into mourning. Omozuwa, a 100-level student of UNIBEN, was attacked at the Ikpoba Hill branch of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), in Benin City, the Edo capital, on May 27, where she had reportedly gone to review in the dark. The 22-year-old Vera’s head was allegedly smashed with a fireplace extinguisher by her assailants.

CAMPUS LIFE gathered that when the church security officer visited collect keys from the keeper, he was told someone had done so. In the church, he met the victim during a pool of blood also as saw the blood-stained extinguisher. After informing the keeper, Vera was immediately rushed to the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), where she revealed that some men had inherit the church to rape her and subsequently hit her head with a fireplace extinguisher. She died on Saturday, May 30, after efforts to save lots of her failed.

Outrage from Students

Though UNIBEN isn’t in session thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, its students have condemned the killing of Omozuwa. A 100 level student of department of physics, who gave her name as Queen Osagie, described the murder of Miss Vera as an act of wickedness and extreme evil. She said the incident had made her realise that no place was safe. I couldn’t imagine such an act happening during a church. The perpetrators must be evil and without hearts to possess taken the lifetime of a fellow person.

Meanwhile,

Another student from Ekenwan Campus of the university, Bolaji Jokanola, condemned about rape and killing of Vera. He described the act as evil, which shouldn’t be condoned during a decent human society.

But the foremost gruesome part is killing the victim after such an act. It shows the callous heart of the culprits. The society and necessary agencies should take this incident seriously and make sure that the suspects are apprehended and addressed for such crime against humanity, “said Bolaji. Another student from the Ekenwan campus, who gave her name as Rukky, equally decried the dastardly act against the victim. She advised parents to avoid religious bigotry. This act is pure evil. No matter what may need led to Miss Vera’s murder, it can never be justified. We all must attempt to take care with whom we accompany as bad friends lead people into evil ways.

Parents,

However, should be mindful of where their children attend, especially in the dark. Parents should also enlighten their children on issues like this,” she said. Wisdom Obuetor from the Department of politics also condemned the killing of Vera. This made me wonder if a church is simply like all other building.

Physical and virtual protests from students. In a show of solidarity, students in Edo State organised a peaceful protestss on Monday to decry the crime with placards bearing messages like: “Stop Raping Us”, “Stop Killing Us”, “No Means No,” as they marched to the state Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to register their grouse and ensure justice is completed.

There were protests online too with the hashtag justification as people expressed their angst. Sister accuses police of demanding money Sadly, a sister of the deceased, Judith Omozuwa, in a web video, lamented that the police had requested money before they might do anything about the matter.

They protests also lead the police to say that they should bring money before they might act on the objection. It is very bad. And that would not be possible at all,” she disagreed. Uniben VC, Adeboye react The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Lilian Imuetinyan Salami, during a statement, described the news as shocking and condemn able, noting that such a heinous crime shouldn’t be condoned within the society.

She commiserated with the family of the bereaved and prayed that God grants the victim a peaceful repose. She, however, urged students of the institution and therefore the reforge the youth to take care of the corporate they keep and the places they visit.

Moreover, looking at what the General Overseer say about the protests

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, condemned He went on to wish for the family of the deceased.All I can do at this time is to pray for the family of Omozuwa and do everything possible working with relevant authorities to bring the perpetrators to book. I and my family members condemn this act strongly and urge everyone to stay calm as we are already looking into the matter,” he wrote on his Twitter page.

Governor Obaseki orders investigation Meanwhile, the Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has ordered the police to investigate the death of Vera. In a statement, the Special Adviser to the governor on Media and Communication Strategy, Mr. Crusoe Osagie, said Obaseki had mandated the police and other security agencies to fish out the culprits, who perpetrated the act and bring them to justice.

 

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