Not long ago, a young undergraduate of Niger Delta University, Jenifer Ugadu, was found dead in her apartment in Bayelsa state. Her lifeless body was found decomposing inside her room with bullet wound on her body. Her killer also chopped off one of her fingers and also went away with her phone.
The unthinkable continues to unfold before our eyes every day. People committing all kinds of evil because of reasons known to them alone. No wonder the Bible stated that the heart of men is desperately wicked. Sometimes the devil you know is better than the angel you don't know.
The Niger Delta University (NDU), Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, received attention as a student was seen throwing money. The student who was in the company of other students was seen throwing notes of naira via a window to fellow students. His face could not be unraveled.
200 Level Student Allegedly Killed By A Soldier In Bayelsa Was Shot In The Back & Her Finger Cut Off
Following the alleged murder of a 200 level student of Niger Delta University (NDU), In Bayelsa State by a Nigerian soldier, details of the incident has emerged. According to reports, the soldier identified as Jay Matol, allegedly took advantage of the girlfriend and also killed her over allegations of cheating.
Pictures have emerged of the beautiful 200 level student of Niger Delta University Bayelsa Jennifer Ugadu ,murdered by her soldier boyfriend ,Jay Matoi . Report has it that the beautiful lady Jennifer Ugadu was murdered by her soldier boyfriend after he got a wind that she had been cheating on him with another person .
In a sad news that went viral few days ago, it was made known that an officer of the Nigerian Army, whose name was given as Jay Matol, allegedly killed his girlfriend in a gruesome manner because he caught her cheating on him. Information given concerning the incident made it known that the deceased, whose name was given as Jennifer Ugadu, was a 200 level, undergraduate student of Niger Delta University, Ammasoma, in Bayelsa State, was said to be having affairs with the suspect, before things got out of hands.
The students of the Niger Delta University located in Amassoma Bayelsa have taken their pain to social media relating to the new implementation of dress code for students in the university. The students made a peaceful demonstration around the campus singing solidarity songs and pleading for a reduction in school fees and a cancellation of the new uniform rule.
There have been some news recently about some Nigerian Universities requiring their students to appear in School Uniform Wears the same ways as students from lower levels of education like Secondary Schools and Primary Schools. This is particularly seen from Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State University authorities asking their students to follow Specified Dress Codes.
Another Protest Begins In Niger Delta Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters Recently, The management of Bayelsa state-owned university, Niger Delta University, NDU, Wilberforce Island, Amassoma, in Southern Ijaw council area has been shut down indefinitely the institution, citing unruly attitude of students. The management of NDU approved that all undergraduate students must wear a uniform while on campus which has led to a series of protests by the students who have rejected the imposition.
Students of Niger Delta University (NDU) protested against the move by the university management to introduce school uniforms in the institution. On the 6th of July, 2021, 20,000 students from the institution engaged in a peaceful demonstration to express their disapproval. Image Credit: Vanguard
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President Buhari should not nominate Lauretta Onochie again, says Head of Institute of Peace and Security Studies
Dr Philips Okolo, the Director of the Bayelsa State-owned Niger Delta University's Institute of Peace and Security Studies, has praised the Senate for rejecting Lauretta Onochie's candidacy as a National Commissioner with the Independent National Electoral Commission. Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd) was urged by Okolo not to send Onochie's name to the Senate again.
A young Man Suspected to be a Yahoo boy has been arrested by the Police in Bayelsa state for attempting to use his girlfriend for money rituals. Reports revealed that the culprit was caught trying to behead his girl friend along SETRACO road Amassoma/Ogobiri axis, in Bayelsa state in the early hours of Tuesday 21th september 2021.
The university management of Niger Delta University in Bayelsa State has recently released a memo concerning the unrest within the school premises. This memo is coming as a response to the protest and complaints of the students regarding the school uniform policy, school fees, and closure of the school fee portal.
A suspected ‘Yahoo boy’ in Bayelsa State has been arrested by the police in a collaborative effort with the youths of the Ogobiri community after he attempted to behead his alleged girlfriend, a student of Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island for money rituals. According to reports, the suspect, on Tuesday morning, September 21, lured the alleged girlfriend to Setraco Road along Ogobiri-Toruebeni drive, tied her hand with a rope, and was about to cut off her head when the youths from Ogobiri community and the men of the Operation Doo-Akpo NPF special squad stormed the scene and rescued the poor girl.
A man suspected to be a ‘Yahoo boy’ has been arrested by the police in Bayelsa State over ostensible failed attempt to use his girlfriend for money rituals. It was convene that the suspect was seize attempting to decapitate the victim along SETRACO Road, Amassoma/Ogobiri axis of the state on Tuesday morning, September 21.
Soldier Murders His Girlfriend And Threatens To Commit Suicide A female university student in Nigeria's south-central region (Bayelsa State) was assassinated by her lover, a Nigerian soldier who suspected that she was cheating on him. Jennifer Ugadu, a 23-year-old student at the Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, was in her 200 level of the Faculty of Education when she was brutally shot dead by a soldier named James Matol.
Have you ever thought of how it would be like wearing a school uniform while at the tertiary institution? Well, students of the Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State don't want to envisage themselves wearing school uniforms as they protested against the move by the school authority.
The management of the Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State have shut down the school and therefore directed students to vacate the campuses on or before 7th of July 2021. The decision to close down the school might not be unconnected to the protest carried out by students over a recent policy by the management of the institution, to make students wear school uniforms and to close the school fee payment portal.
The Niger Delta University students have protested against the new rules of the university, introducing the use of uniforms to curb criminal activities within the school. Credit: Google This new policy was announced by the university vice Chancellor, Samuel Edoumiekumo, as a result of the shooting within the campus which left one student dead in April.