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postorous: Kaduna Police Lock Up 12 Students For Protesting Against School Fees Hike, Kill Two 2021-08-12 03:22:24
SaharaReporters obtained the names of the 12 students and two others who were killed by trigger-happy policemen, who violently disrupted the students’ protest on June 28.

The Kaduna State Police Command has detained no fewer than 12 students of the College of Education, Gidan Waya, in Kaduna State, who were rounded up during the students' protest.


SaharaReporters obtained the names of the 12 students and two others who were killed by trigger-happy policemen, who violently disrupted the students’ protest on June 28.

The students had protested against the increase in their school fees by the state government.


“The names of the students detained by the police since June 28 are: Elon Joseph; Anthony James; Moses Success, Peter Sunday, Felix Nathaniel, Gabriel Jerry Joseph, Enoch Rabo, Bagudu James, Queen Joshua, Pius Prove, Philemon Favour, and Tarmaine Ayis.


“They have been arrested since June 28 and are currently detained at the state Criminal Investigatio...Text too long. Click [here to view full post]

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