OOU Students Protest Colleagues Death

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Report reaching us has it that Students of the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye in Ogun State are protesting the death of no fewer than 11 students of the university on Saturday in a crash.

schoolwatch.com.ng reporter gathered that the aggrieved students have have brought to a halt commercial activities and vehicular movements in and around the Sagamu-Ore Expressway.


The protesting students, who converged on the Ilishan Remo/Sagamu Junction, the scene of the accident, on Monday, blocked the road, forcing motorists both from the Benin and Lagos/Abeokuta ends of the highway to either turn back or stay on same spot at a safe distance.

It would be recalled that eleven students of the institution who were traveling to Lagos state for the weekend were on Friday, June 26, 2015 crush to death when a container fell on a passenger bus conveying them, killing the students in the proccess.

schoolwatch.com.ng grapevine learnt that the protesting students wept uncontrollably while raining heavy curses on the errant truck driver, who drove on the wrong lane, caused the container to fall on the bus conveying the students and killing them in the process.

Police officers who have been mobilized to the scene of the protest have had to be appealing to the students to shift ground.

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