CRUTECH: Student Jumps From Academic Block To Avoid Being Lynched

In Breaking News, Crime, Education, Reports

By Patrick Obia

It was a moment of panic as a student (name and department not gotten) jumped from second floor building of Academic block and escaped for his life when attacked by suspected cult members.

The incident which took place in the department of Urban and Regional Planning, Tuesday 7th May, 2019, at exactly 12:00 hours, Cross River University of Technology, Calabar Campus, began when two rival gang groups clashed (identified as Vikings and Axe men).

It was not ascertained what led to the rival group to Chase the other with a knife which the said Student managed to escape with his shirt torn.

A close source disclosed to this reporter that, another clash took place in the school premise yesterday in which a student (suspected cultist) was allegedly to have been beaten and injured.

As at the time of filing this report the school security and the Police was yet to be contacted for comment.

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