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UNIPORT Aluu 4 Murder: Devastated Parents Of Lloyd Michaels Speak Up

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UNIPORT Aluu 4 Murder: Devastated Parents Of Lloyd Michaels Speak Up

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Oct 9, 2012 – UNIPORT Aluu 4 Murder: Devastated Parents Of Lloyd Michaels Speak Up

The mother of the murdered student in Aluu, Lloyd Michaels aka Big L, Mrs Jane Toku said her son’s death will forever haunt her.

Mrs Jane expressed shock that human beings with blood flowing in their veins like that of his son were there watching others killing her son and 3 other students in Omuokiri-Aluu village last week.

According to Punch, here is what Jane said amid tears:

 “When we got there, one of them was still breathing. He was gasping for breath, but the crowd…they were all there watching while my baby (Lloyd) was butchered. Come to my area and ask questions about my child; the child I trained.

“Penultimate Sunday, we went to church, Salvation Ministry; that is where he worshipped. We all went together for the second service. He stayed back for the remaining service. When he came back, he started preparing to go to school. I can still see him as I talk to you.

“He brought out a book; ‘How Faith Works’ by David Ibiyomie and he said ‘Mummy, read this book and you will know what faith is all about. By the time I come back on Friday, you will tell me what faith is all about.’

“Ever since, I have been moving around with that book, so that I could read and not get him angry when he comes back from school and ask me about what I learnt from the book.

“Thursday was his daddy’s birthday. He (Lloyd) called him and wished him happy birthday. When his daddy asked him if he would be coming home to celebrate the birthday with the family, he (Lloyd) promised to be back on Friday after lectures.

“But on Friday morning, we got the call that my son was being beaten. How can I erase the fact that my son was lynched from my mind? He studied very hard and got admission into the university.”

Lloyd’s father, Mr. Mike Toku, insisted that his son was neither a thief nor a cult member.

Toku, who is the Assistant Director, Presentation, Radio Rivers and a father of three male children, narrated how he got a distress call that his son was being beaten up by a mob.

He said, “On Friday morning at about 7am, we got a distress call that our son was being beaten alongside two of his friends. So, we quickly rushed down. Initially, it was very difficult for us to locate the place, but by the grace of God, we were able to locate the place.

“By the time we got there, we saw a mammoth crowd with a few Joint Task Force members there. So, we pulled through the crowd and when I tried to move closer, the JTF operatives told me to move back. Later on, one of my cousins supported me and we moved on again and explained to them (JTF operatives).

“I move close to the four corpses on the ground and I discovered that one of them was my son. We were also able to identify the other three as his friends. We took the corpses to UPTH to ascertain whether they were still alive. A doctor came out, examined them and said they were all dead. My son has never stolen before,” Toku explained amid tears.

He called on government not to allow those behind the gruesome murder of his son and his friends to go unpunished.

“All I want is for justice to be done.
That’s all. Whoever carried out that dastardly act should be brought to
book. That is all I want. I have not got assurance from anybody that
justice will be done. I am yet to get that (assurance). Nobody has
talked to us yet.

So sad may his soul and that of others rest in peace.

May the Lord console the grieving families.



  1. Pullen Stanley

    October 9, 2012 at 11:04 PM

    the wickedness of man is only traceable to their ignorance of unexamination of issues before taking action, and ever since nobody has talked about how and were the gadgets were stolen from, I pray God empowers the family of losts, and also to certify this that the end is near.

  2. Liz

    October 10, 2012 at 12:17 AM

    Very very sad…….. Thou, i knw none of dem. But was painful wen i c d video. Pple r wicked. Portacort students must revenge. I cant stop crying

  3. chuks

    October 10, 2012 at 1:38 AM

    so even jtf were also dere wen it al hapned?we uniport students shuld arise now wit 1voice,1mind and 1strength.atlast victory wil b acheived.

  4. Cyntexcel

    October 10, 2012 at 2:38 AM

    I am stil in shock.i weep 4 de dead soul of de guyz wid drim,aspiration,talents,motivex.may der gentle soul rext in perfect peace.

  5. Ben

    October 10, 2012 at 1:44 PM

    I am truly ashamed to be a Nigerian, this God forsaken country. How can such a thing happen to such promising young boys, anything short of televised public execution for the people that were involved in this and anything short of 30 people will not do, from my perspective, all the people even slightly involved should be rounded up, there is video evidence so the right criminals could easily be rounded up and they can give names of their collabrators. what worries me most is that people allege that the police were there when this boys were being burned and did nothing, secondly should the parents of the boys be asking of justice (please what is the work of the security agencies??), if this situation is not properly handled, then it means that relations and friends of the boys can take justice into their hands and I believe they will wipe out that community. the Government has failed woefully again and again, i am truly ashamed of this country.

  6. Rosemaryfaith Avworho

    October 10, 2012 at 2:47 PM

    seriously d evil dat men do will surely haunt them even in their grave bcos no one has d right to take laws into his hands.they re supposed to kill d murderers dsame way dey killed d young leaders of 2mooro.bcos if u luk into it u would find out dat d guys were killed bcos of d case of theft, wat abt the killers were dey d owner of dose lyf dey took? hell no den dey re also thief nd d worst thief.nt only thief bt demons.

  7. NG

    October 10, 2012 at 3:19 PM

    The heart of man is indeed evil.


    October 10, 2012 at 5:46 PM

    I don’t know any of those guys but i just couldn’t eat or sleep well last night after watching that horrific video, i can still see their faces especially chidiaka’s face(when he was hit by that dog that called himself a vigilante member). Here is my verdict. I am tired of hearing stuffs like “13 people have been caught”. The only story that will at least gladden my heart is to see the whole village sacked, the lands should be taken from them and handed over to the family of the victims( I understand Aluu people love lands) and named after those boys as a compensation or better still taken by the government and converted into a cemetery.I want all the faces of those animals pasted all the country for at least a year. Finally, it is now time to see the so called Human right activists pick up this case and clamor for justice without taking as little as a nap until JUSTICE… i mean REAL JUSTICE is done and in public. Their PARENTS must not rest, UNIPORT must not rest, NANS must not rest, MOTHERS must not rest, NIGERIAN YOUTHS must NOT rest,anybody with human blood flowing in his veins and arteries MUST not rest, Mr PRESIDENT i know you have not lost your HUMANITY you MUST not rest too. Let us redeem our Humanity in this part of the world. It must not continue to be a DARK continent……… God I feel like just running out of this country to somewhere ….just anywhere human lives can be held in better esteem. I just can’t stop bleeding in my heart. ALUU community to HELL with all of you,Pathological illiterate land-lovers, go get some education and civility you barbarians, but this time it should be in exile.

  9. Ben X-chris

    October 10, 2012 at 5:58 PM

    So sowi

  10. lord have mercy

    October 10, 2012 at 6:11 PM

    i thought they said they were born to ashes how were u able to take them to the hospital? allu village must not go unpunished

  11. Tega Kelvin Oghene

    October 10, 2012 at 6:37 PM

    KILL, DAMAGE, CONDEMN, ERASE , WIPE, DESTROY The whole community, it is be a dry land, a new land for new settlers, let the name be changed, if na me , warri boy, na to buy dynamites, 100, plant all corners of the village, bomb everywhere.
    destroy, capside the whole community, sometimes, WRONG + WRONG = RIGHT.

  12. Lizzy Nyime Osaro

    October 10, 2012 at 7:47 PM

    God wil neva 4giv dm.

  13. oni

    October 11, 2012 at 1:16 PM

    No evil people will go unpunished, people of Aluu village will face God’s judgement.

  14. Chris

    October 13, 2012 at 9:36 AM

    Dat village is nt worth living again cus we er talking abt young guys here dat village shuld be turn into federal or state sementry

  15. seun

    October 21, 2012 at 9:56 PM

    I feel terrible

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