Saturday, 17 November 2012

Aluu UniPort: Lloyd Michael Buried Today(RIP)

Aluu UNIPORT4: Lloyd Michael Buried Today in Port Harcourt

It was all wailing Friday once family and friends of 1 of the four students of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) killed by a mob in Umuokiri-Aluu community on October five, this year, Lloyd Toku Mike, ordered his remains to rest in Port Harcourt.

This was even as families of the UNIPORT Four, yet because the Ijaw National Congress (INC) re-emphasised need sincere justice to heal the wound created by the brutality that finished the lives of the young men.

National President of the Ijaw National Congress, Chief Joshua Benemesia, speaking throughout the ceremonial service in honour of thespian (Lloyd) in Port Harcourt, aforementioned the congress, tho' wouldn't select payback, would monitor the progress of justice within the matter and would take more lawful actions if justice isn't seen to be done.

Chief Benemesia, WHO was described by the interpreter of the Ijaw National Congress, Pastor Victor Borubo, noted that the killers of the young men tried defaming them by occupation them robbers, however that the try had unsuccessful.

“Today, the reality is out that Lloyd and his friends weren't thieves as they were labeled . He (Lloyd) was higher than them, so that they killed him and defamed him to justify their actions.

“Today, his (Lloyd) body is ordered to rest, it's painful, however we should always all locomote with life. we have a tendency to (INC) don't seem to be planning to fight to penalise his death, however we have a tendency to hope that justice are done. If justice isn't done to heal the pains of his (Lloyd’s) and his friends, we have a tendency to (INC) can take applicable steps in accordance with the law,” Benemesia aforementioned.
Rest In Peace Lloyd Toku Mike Say your last message for this young man.

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