Some aggrieved students of Delta State University, Abraka took to the streets and major roads within the school premises to expresses their anger after a truck belonging to Dangote group of company allegedly killed a student of the school and also destroyed a Lexus jeep belonging to a student.
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According to the report by Warri Aproko Special, the aggrieved students who resorted to vandalising the truck after the incident went about destroying some other trucks seen along the road within the school community. It can be deduced from their actions and the report that prior to the incident, a similar incident had also occurred and claimed the life of a student of the above-named institution, hence, their annoyance was stirred up the more as they roamed the street.
In the video uploaded on the above mentioned Facebook page, students and other people were seen gathered around the truck after the incident. The affected Lexus jeep was also seen in its vandalised state. The video further showed where suspected students with heavy stones and other objects were vandalising another Dangote truck parked along the road.
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