Hoodlum Breaks Into Women’s Home At Imo University Of Education And Rapes Student

Fear gripped the students of the Federal College of Education Alvan Ikoku in Owerri, Imo State, over the rape of a student at the institution.

A college student, who pleaded anonymity, revealed that a final year student at the institution was raped by a thug around 3 a.m. yesterday Sunday, November 28, 2021, at the F.

The victim is said to be from the Department of Political Science.

The source said the rapist entered the room through the window and threatened to stab the two women in the room if they sounded the alarm.

The hostel windows are said to be burglary free, while some of them are fully open.

According to the source, while the thug raped the final year student, the other student out of fear didn’t start screaming until after the rapist left.

Her scream woke up other students, who insisted that the hostel door be opened.

The students, it was learned, then walked to the school door chanting songs of anger and disenchantment until dawn. The victim was reportedly rushed to hospital.

Vanguard reports that a college freshman was similarly raped last month.

One student said: “The students here are in real pain, this is not the first time that a student has been raped in the hostel. A freshman who I learned was a virgin was raped last month. Now another student has been raped.

“How can female college students live in hostels without burglary?” Some windows are simply open.

“The college administration is not doing anything about it. It is meanness. For about two months now, we have struggled to have water to bathe in. There is also the question of light. The federal government should step in to save our lives. No one knows who will be the next victim.

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