AD

AD

Saturday, 17 November 2012

Aluu 4 Killings: Moans as Toku is buried

It was another festival of tears and lamentation in the Garden City of Port Harcourt on Friday as remains of Lloyd Toku Mike, one of the four University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) students, who was lynched in Aluu clan was committed to mother earth. The remains of the deceased was interred in Port Harcourt City cemetery, opposite Free-Town Street, off Aggrey Road Rivers State. Until his painful demise on October 5, 2012, the late Lloyd was a 200 level Engineering student of UNIPORT and first son of his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Toku Mike. His dad is an Assistant...
Director of Programmes, Rivers State Broadcasting Service.

Bereaved friends and family members mourned uncontrollably when the casket bearing Lloyd’s remains arrived their residence at No. 29 Captain Amangala Street, Town,Port Harcourt. On sighting the vehicle bearing the corpse, a Ford Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) with a Lagos registration number, BDG 485 AS, the tear-soaked mother muttered, “My baby is here,” touching the ambulance bearing the body of her beloved son.

However, mourners who were present during the interment blamed president Goodluck Jonathan and Rivers State Governor, Rotimi Amaechi for not sending representatives to the burial ceremony.

No comments:

Post a Comment