A video of some students of Delta State University Abraka vandalizing trailers belonging to Dangote group has surfaced on Facebook. In the that was posted by Warri Aproko Special, the students could be seen destroying trailers around the school premises by hurling stones and other objects at them. The reason for the outrage was also shown in the video that was a few minutes long.
In the first part of the video, the scene of the accident is shown and a Lexus Jeep that has been crushed beyond repair is seen. The reports also say that one student was killed in the accident. The students are heard expressing the grievances in anger and the person filming the video was heard lamenting.
In the second part of the video, some of them are filmed destroying a parked trailer. They were doing it in broad daylight even when people are watching. Reports say that they did the same thing to any parked trailer around the school environment.
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