FUTAA Student Brutalised By Colleagues, She was attacked by her colleagues for revealing how one of their boyfriends forcefully tried to have an affair with her
Boluwatife Adekunle, the female undergraduate of the Federal University of Technology Akure, Ondo State, who was physically assaulted by two ladies and a guy all said to be student of the institution, has given more insight into why she was attacked.
The young lady, who says she wants justice served, told SaharaReporters on Tuesday in Akure, the state capital, that she was attacked by her colleagues for revealing how one of their boyfriends forcefully tried to have an affair with her.
Adekunle revealed that she was assaulted in one of the private hostels outside the school campus by the group in a bid to be disgraced among fellow students.
She said, “The whole issue started few weeks ago. I and one of the ladies in the video called 'Faith' were roommates in a hostel outside campus.
“Her boyfriend began asking me out but I felt it was not proper for me to date him. I rejected his advances.
“But instead of him to leave me alone, the guy kept disturbing me, so I had to report him to Faith because I don't want trouble.
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