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#JusticeforUwa: Protesters In Rage As They Storm Police Headquarters

The death of Uwaila still surfacing the internet sparked outrage with #JusticeForUwa dominating social media trends on Sunday.

The 100 level student of the Department of Microbiology in UNIBEN was reported to have been raped and killed by some hoodlums inside a church where she went to read at the Ikpoba Hill area of Benin City, the Edo State Capital. The protesters with their black outfits and bearing placards decrying rape staged a walk from the Kings Square area of Benin City and eventually took their message to the state police command headquarters.

The deputy commissioner of police, operations, Ayoola Ajala who received the protesters, assured that investigations have commenced and arrests have made in connection to Uwa’s murder. He also debunked allegations that the police station where the matter was reported to refused to look into the incident for lack of funding.

Meanwhile, Uwa’s siblings who were also part of the protest demanded that justice be served promptly.

See more photos from the protest below…

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