Seven suspects connected to the murder of Aluu Four, the four students of University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) were freed on Thursday by a Port Harcourt Magistrate Court, headed over by Emmanuel Woke.
The freed suspects of seven out of the eighteen suspect persons were detained at the wake of the killing of the Aluu four undergraduate students of UNIPORT in Omuokiri Aluu, a community in Ikwerre, Rivers State.
The four students, Ugonna Kelechi Obuzor, Lloyd Toku, Ugonna Kelechi Obuzor, Tekena Erikena and Bringa Chidiaka, were killed by angry mob at Omuokiri Aluu on the bottom that they were armed robbers, who took handsets and laptops.
The eighteen suspects were on 18 October, 2012 remanded by a Magistrate Court headed over by Emmanuel Woke.
The court had earlier aforesaid it’s no jurisdiction to handle the issue, and referred the problem to the Department of Public Prosecution for advice.
After a radical examinations, the court was of the opinion that the proof advanced against the suspects weren’t solid enough to prosecute them, whereas the eleven others, as well as the normal ruler of Aluu Community, Hassan Walewa, will to face murder charges.
An angry response greeted the circumstances encompassing the ugly murder of the Aluu four UNIPORT students across the world and in Nigeria especially.