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Tuesday, March 7

VIEWERS DISCRETION ADVICED: Girl Crushed to death in Anambra by a truck on her way home over fee drive in school (Graphic photos)

A female student of Community Secondary School, Adazi-Ani in Anaocha Local Government Area of Anambra State who was sent out of school for not paying school fees was on Monday crushed to death by a truck.


The truck said to belong to a soft drink company was said to have lost control as a result of brake failure.

An eyewitness, Mr. Abuchi Okwara, told Punch that the JSS2 student whose name was given as Chinyere was sent out of the school by the school’s authorities over non-payment of school fees.

He said, 

“They were three that were sent out of the school for not paying school fees. But Chinyere was the one that was killed by the truck”. 
The incident took place at about 9 O’Clock near that bus-stop”. 
 It was while they were heading home to get money which they were instructed to pay in the bank that she was killed while others escaped by the whiskers. 
The vehicle cut off her head.

When contacted on the telephone, the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Mrs Nkeiru Nwode said ” our men are on ground there now and they know what to do”.



Please Let's Continue to share this Message until it gets to the federal government.. 

I think this nonsense of chasing students out of school premises over anything talk less of fees should be well addressed and and school that disobeys should be severely punished.. 

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