Photos: UNIPORT Final Year Student Killed By Police During Protest In Port Harcourt.. RIP Comrade Peter

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April 11, 2016 – Pictures: UNIPORT Final Year Student Shot Dead By Police During Protest Today In Port Harcourt.. RIP Comrade Peter

A popular figure in the Student Union body at the University of Port Harcourt, Comrade Peter was shot dead by the police while protesting the increase in tuition fees today.

Comrade Peter, the President of the Faculty of Management Science joined other students at the University Of Port Harcourt this morning to protest hike in tuition fee before some mobile policemen opened fire on him.

The final year student was rushed to the hospital moments after he was shot but lost the battle after 3 bullets penetrated his heart.

Comrade Peter was pronounced dead on arrival at the OB Lulu Briggs hospital in Okrika Rivers State this afternoon.

See graphic photos of Comrade Peter at the hospital below [VIEWERS DISCRETION IS STRONGLY ADVISED]

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Here are more photos from the protest.

UNIPORT students took to the social media to blame Buhari for Comrade Peter’s death.

May his soul rest in peace.

15 thoughts on “Photos: UNIPORT Final Year Student Killed By Police During Protest In Port Harcourt.. RIP Comrade Peter

  1. When will these police officers learn. A police officer who is under the influence of alcohol nearly killed a nollywood actor early this year,what is really happening to our police????? Something must be done

  2. Af said it,its end times,blame buhari.
    Itscnot up to a year he has been in offixe,but maby lifes are lost eitger due to current economic hardship which makes somepeople to get frustrated and commit suicide,or rape,or fullani herdsmen killing innocent souls,road accidents,thieves,now its mobile policemen, we need assault rifles to kill all policemen and soldiers on site,bunch of life ending bastards.imagine how many lives af been lost in portharcourt just this short period.
    New graduates avoid pH by all means its hotter and deadlia Dan warri

    R.i.p to the dead,who fought for his own rights,but why go and shout at police,they are drunkards who most time forget that dia hands is on a loaded gun,free to shoot.

    Someone dat slept last nite,woke up,ate his food,wore clothes,probably he even called his parents before going to protest,ended up not coming back,I cried bekos life is wicked,look at the sin you and I have caused,Adam and eve make us all to pay the ultimate prize,Death.

    Life is unfair to the poor.

    Rich kids in private unis never pass thru such

    God forgive us all.we are sorry.
    Why must man pay for his sins by death always,why

  3. The police and people in the government must be prosecuted for his death. He did not deserve the untimely death. His assassination was borne out of shenanigans towards human life by blood sucking police. May the soul of the rightful young man rest in perfect peace. May the officers that killed him never no peace for eternity.

  4. This police officer is criminal. And I really dnt blame him its the useless government we have that gives tout and drunks guns and uniforms calling them police officers. I decree and declare the man who have done this shaa have no rest all d days of his life has he has brought sorrow into the lives of the family of peter so shall sorrow and tragedy never be far from him and all the curses in psalm 109 shall forever be his AMEN

  5. May God comfort his mother!

    Nothing pleases the Nigeria Police like when they deny people their basic himan rights. It gives them a perverse, sadistic sense of fulfilment which clamping down on a hardened criminal does not. Police, I just don’t know when we would get you right.

  6. May your gentle soul RIP. The police that did that must rot in jail and injustice is taken on this, God will forever punish him.

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