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Aluu Villagers Dislike Students, UNIPORT Is Not Safe – Actor Pascal Atuma Narrates Near Death Experience

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Aluu Villagers Dislike Students, UNIPORT Is Not Safe – Actor Pascal Atuma Narrates Near Death Experience

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Oct 19, 2012 – Aluu Villagers Dislike Students, UNIPORT Is Not Safe – Actor Pascal Atuma Narrates Near Death Experience

Pascal Atuma, a US-based Nigerian actor and movie producer, has accused villagers of Aluu community of being hostile to students of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT). He stated that the community has never liked the students.

He alleged that the incident of the Aluu brutal killing of four UNIPORT students recently didn’t start today but a long time ago.

Atuma made this known through his Facebook wall. He gave his near death experience while a Student Union Chairman of Nelson Mandela Hall ( Choba Campus) in 1995.

Pascal Atuma’s Near Death Experience In Aluu Village

According to him, “The only people that are surprised with the killing of 4 University of Port-Harcourt students in Nigeria are the people that did not go to school there.

“I attended UNIPORT from 1991-1995. I am not surprised at all or shocked, and I refused to watch the video because it will bring back very bad memories.

“The villagers never ever liked the students, they were very hostile to the students when I was a student there. I remember clearly the students riot of 1995, when the police came in and opened fire on the students, then I was the Students Union Chairman of Nelson Mandela Hall ( Choba Campus).
“They shot one of my hall members (Ebenezar- I remember his name clearly) who was running from class to get back to the hall for safety. As the chairman, I was forced to put my life on the line. I walked out of the hostel, raised my hands in surrender, came out and begged the police to stop shooting.

“They told me to ask the students in my hall to peacefully vacate the hostel in 2 hours or else they will start shooting again.
“I went back in, called all our hall members together and told everyone to vacate asap, and I remember students just running for their lives, I was the last person to leave.

“The school was closed that day, and Ebenezar and one other student who was also shot later died, they didn’t make it. I never did go back to UNIPORT again after that day. That was my last taste and memory of the school called University of Port-Harcourt, Nigeria.
“Main point of my story is that the killing of students in UNIPORT did not start today, it’s been there for a long time now. I am a LIVING WITNESS, I saw it and I lived it!!

“UNIPORT is not a safe place to attend the University in Nigeria, not at all, the history is there, and it will never be. SORRY. May the soul of the four students rest in peace!” (Article by Pascal Atuma)



  1. Ikechukwu asogwa

    October 19, 2012 at 5:21 PM

    Na wa o!!

  2. Beatrice

    October 19, 2012 at 5:25 PM

    God plz let those villagers realize that life is precious gift n they respect that

  3. eniola a olawumi

    October 20, 2012 at 4:33 AM

    to stop this crisis in uniport is to 1stly kwn y d police there tune d student 2 there opponet.i kwn d reason y police alwayz atack ds studnt.i kwn d police point of coment wont valid or de should say there s notng lik dat.let al d D.P.O of al d statn should sit 4 meetng delibrate on d isue.nt d foolish meetng de av been sit 4 b4.if there s kwn change de should sentence dat d incomng DPo wl lean BARRISTER: ENIOLA A OLAWUMI

  4. Ik James

    October 20, 2012 at 6:37 AM

    It was my dream school.Thank God 4 everything.

  5. Eyam Victor

    October 20, 2012 at 8:11 AM

    Its quite unfortunate for the four students, the villagers should realize that it cannot be business as usual. There is need to out grow such a mentality.

  6. Jossy Dominion

    October 20, 2012 at 8:28 AM

    what is the gain in killing those innocent and handsome guys full of life and bright future students. God definitely judge those who masterminds the killings.

  7. Melvina Njide Obi

    October 20, 2012 at 10:19 AM

    what a sad story may God help our beloved country Nigeria in Jesus Name Amen.

  8. Aliu Dantetete

    October 20, 2012 at 11:42 PM

    I can,t believ my eyes dat som pple can b so heartles kilin 4 beautiful little souls.Who knws whether 1 of dem would b PRESIDENT 2moro makin 9ja BETTER.Best Advice 2 dis is by blastin d entire village wit bomb or by sprayin d entire village wit petrol burnin dem 2 ashes.U can imagine wat parents went thru durin dis students upbringin,den GOD wil judge after dis is done,U mean dis ve bin happenin 4 long,u must b kiddin,I can’t jus Stop thinkin abt it everyday.May their soul rest in perfect peace,nd comfort their parents.Amen

  9. Chichi Amajuoyi

    October 21, 2012 at 9:18 AM

    Tears tears ad lot of tears…were ar we headn 2.wat an evil village.

  10. Maryjane

    October 21, 2012 at 10:35 AM

    The entire vilage need to be wipe out by setting the village on fire.hush! human being can be very wicked.i watch the movie since den am not getting my self at all.dis boys was suffered to death which after hitting wood on them,naked them and use tyre on them in setting them on ablast. God pls receive their soul and grant them entire rest in ur bossom.

  11. Stella

    October 21, 2012 at 4:28 PM

    The problem of police and those useless youths in that Aluu village with students is share jealousy.Some of them know they have missed that opportunity of going to University in this life so,any opportunity they have like this is to send the promising children to their untimely grave.God Almighty will deal with them mercilessly

  12. Stella

    October 21, 2012 at 4:37 PM

    The blood of those innocent poor children is on their necks.They will kneel down on the feet of those children’s Creator on the judgement day to answer questions on what they did to have deserved that kind of brutal killing.They shall not escape punishment from those children’s Creator.
    All those children’s sins are right now on the killers’ heads.

  13. saintpaul

    October 21, 2012 at 8:26 PM

    no wonder!

  14. Genny

    October 22, 2012 at 11:31 AM

    Too bad for dat so called Aluu village

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