Following the death of a Student in the Unijos, and recent discoveries of mysterious pond contained a lot of frivolous things that has raised the tension of the residents and the student due to the fact that the pond is a bit closer to one of the school hostel (village).
A ordinary of 383 indigenes of Taraba kingdom studying in the University of Jos have been evacuated via State authorities and reunited with their families. The motion in step with the best adviser to Governor Ishaku on Student Affairs, Samson Tor-Musa observed outcry with the aid of the usage of the scholars over their protection inside the institution while renewed killings claimed the life of a scholar.
According to him, the discovery of the car belonging to the missing rtrd Army General in Jos, prompted the escalation of anxiety into the University. He said “the pond in which the automobile of the missing Army General changed into determined is located close to one of the University Village (hostels), so there was tension following the incident. We have been capable of evacuate 383 out of 423 college students from the dominion due to the fact some left on their very personal earlier than we were given to Jos.”
Meanwhile, Nigeria Daily times time has reported earlier that a 300l student of unijos tweeted on his twitter account that “he might die due to struggle” and a day after he was reportedly shot dead by some uniform men around the school hostel.
Also, Nigeria daily times reported that a Retired General of Army has been declared missing some months back, around the same institution, later reported that the Missing generals Car was foud in a mysterious pond around the school hostel.
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