Court Adjourns judgment Of Aluu 4 To July 31



A Port Harcourt High Court has adjourned the murder case of four students of the University of Port Harcourt to July 31.
The trial Judge, Justice Ledan Nyordee fixed the date on Thursday.

The Judge said that he was ready with the judgment but that he was sick.

Lawyers, reporters and other groups had besieged the courtroom waiting for the judgment, only to be informed that the court would not sit.

Since December 20, 2012, 12 people including a police sergeant have been facing trial over the murder of the students.

However, five out of the 12 suspects, including a traditional ruler in Allu community have been discharged.

The four murdered students are: Ugonna Obuzor, Toku Lioyd, Chiadika Biringa and Tekena Elkanah.

The cold blood murder was committed on Oct. 5, 2012 in Aluu community in the Obio-Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers State.

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Bura-Bari Nwilo lives in Port Harcourt, in Nigeria. He is the author of A Tiny Place Called Happiness – a book of stories.

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