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DEADLY CLASH: See Bloody Scenes At Fidei Polytechnic Gboko, Benue State After Violent Protest By Students

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I am not trying to absolve the school authority from wrong doing but this is certainly not the right way to tackle a problem. Why on earth should students turn a school into a boko haram scene or wrestling ground? This is barbaric! below is what transpire into this ugly scene as reported by BenueBlog.com;
 

The management of Fidei Polytechnic, Gboko in Benue state today shut
down the school indefinitely following a violent protest by some
students. According to eyewitnesses, there was tension in the school
yesterday after the school management disallowed some students who had
paid their school fees but had not collected their school receipts to
write their exams which started yesterday August 23rd. 

The appeal by the
students did not move the management who were adamant as they had given
the students enough time to do all the necessary registration before
the commencement of their semester examination. 

 

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Out of frustration, some of the students took laws into their hands by
breaking some of the school properties. The policemen that were invited
to maintain law and order were attacked by the irate students. More
photos from the protest and clash with the police below…


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