The rate, at which Gunmen are killing people these days is alarming and displaying. These unscrupulous, crooked, unethical, and unprincipled known as Gunmen need to be obliterated.
On Tuesday, 29th of June, 2021, four Gunmen killed a UNIBEN student whose name is Augustine Izu. It was gathered that the incident occurred in a room of his colleague known as Emeka Walter. The colleague was also said to be hit on the arm by Gunmen.
Below are the four things you need to know about Augustine Izu.
1. He is a 400L student at the University of Benin.
2. He was killed about four days after his final year exam.
3. He is from the Department of Political Science.
4. Izu's killers were fully-masked Gunmen.
Our society can no longer withstand these godless and evil men aborting the dream of young people.
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