NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY- NSUK CLOSED DOWN INDEFINITELY FOLLOWING VIOLENT PROTESTS!!!!

The Nasarawa state University, Keffi(NSUK), Following yesterdays violent protest which turned into a battle between the students and security operatives including the Nigerian Army officials, has been shutdown till further notice.

All students in the premises have been vacated and the gates shut.

After a whole day of madness and unbelievable battle, below are a number of incidents which were recorded:
– Protest over water scarcity turns violent
– Soldiers shoot 4 students dead, leave others on gun shot wounds
– Keffi is now a mini war front
– The school has now been shutdown till further notice.

Do you really want to know what went down and how events unfolded in NSUK today? Read more by clicking here

Special thanks to students who made their voices heard by reporting to us.We hope the appropriate authorities will look into our reports and act promptly to alleviate the situation.

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4 thoughts on “NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY- NSUK CLOSED DOWN INDEFINITELY FOLLOWING VIOLENT PROTESTS!!!!

  • February 26, 2013 at 5:21 am
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    Pls i did nt the update about ebsu,cos there is a roit here as wel.

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  • February 26, 2013 at 7:11 am
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    This is really sad. God help our country.

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  • February 28, 2013 at 2:54 pm
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    4 how long nigerians will b killed by pple entrusted 2 protect our lifes & properties.d should no dat bokoharam is just a genesis wait & see wat will happen in d nearest feature nigeria army ‘ police.

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  • March 23, 2013 at 6:45 pm
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    In a peaceful demonstration as dis i hav neva heard dat police men or soldier came nd instead calm d situation shoot. Infact dis is painful!! May d soul of d departed rest in peace.

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