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Judgement On Murder Case of ALUU 4 Adjourned To July 31


Judgment on the  murder  case  of four male students  of University of  Port Harcourt  popularly called “ALUU Four” has been adjourned by Justice  Letan  Nyordee  to Monday July 31.

The court through its registrar said the judge was indisposed to deliver the judgment and apologized for the development.

Reports says all the lawyers in the matter who were eager to know the fate of their clients refused to speak to the press.

Seven accused persons are standing trial in the matter, while five persons were earlier discharged and acquitted.

It will be recalled that the late four male UNIPORT students, Ugonna Obuzor, Toku Lloyd, Chiadika Biringa, and Tekena Elkanah, were all lynched after they were accused of theft at Omuokiri community in Aluu, near University of Port Harcourt on October 5, 2012.

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