One peep into Elohor’s diary (without permission of course)

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It was a lovely Monday morning, was pretty slow though, but all thanks to TASUED, never a dull moment. Lectures suspension due to its lack of consistency, normal Ninja levels, you know.

I later ended up at the cafe so I could hook up with my pals on net, still no progress, na wa oh;

TASUED has turned in to a war zone actually ran into d battle zone, u would b amazed at d amount of energy these guys put into violence, bottles were flying like birds crashing down like that doomed Bellview aircraft (still hurts, that one), boys ranting like wild animals, seeking fresh blood. Finally a scapegoat emerged, poor boy….e…ya; wish he knew better…it’s too late man;

For people like me, na…wetin babe go do na? Na to take cover na…in fact, they should lock up the school, make we rest…or don’t you agree with me? Just kidding anyway, what I think should be done is this, organise an anti cult team, I should be the head of the team you know? Or you don’t think am tough enough? Try me…enough of them boys jare….

Check out my new hairdo…spiking…heads were knocking, it FEELS GOOD TO LOOK GOOD you know? Still, it was a lovely Monday for me, God kept me and u and u and u alive…HALLELUYAH…!

TASUEDITES dey feel me…i get bite…Got to go now… more gist later… www.aprokosss.org@gbeburuu.com

U GO FEAR FEAR 4 INSIDE FEAR…

POST SCRIPT: HOWEVER YOU READ THIS, IT REMAINS A SAD REMINDER OF THE UNFORTUNATE EVENTS THAT PLAY OUT EVERYDAY IN OUR NATION’S TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS. BECOMING AN EVERYDAY OCCURRENCE DULLS THE SENSIBILITY TO THE CRUELTY OF THE HORRIBLE EVENTS.

FACT/UPDATE: The event recorded in this writing culminated in two deaths. Both were students. Reasons for deaths are unknown. Who is investigating? There’s no need to ask. Question is, would you like to be a lecturer in auniversity in Nigeria?

4 Comments

  1. Ikuomola AliceM (20051002002) said,

    Elohor been a carefree oersin who easily expresses her mind, her suggestion as to forming an Anti-cult team with somebody like her be made the head shows that she is an unserious student. Though what happened justified the closing down of the school.

  2. Badejo, Julius A (20051002016) said,

    Elohor was in school early enough to witnessed all that transpired that day. TASUED is now known for cultism and student unrest. well, i too feel that the school should be closed down to allow for seriousness on the part of the student. Elohor, ride on and enjoy yourself.

  3. EWETADE, F.A.(20051002011) said,

    Elohor, let us pray that the school be shut permanently so that we wont experienceinnocent killing and maiming of student again. well, let’s forget about school, can you join me as we tour round the country this yuletide? you will surely find it enjoyable. catch yah.

  4. Banjo, Oluwatobi O. said,

    The school being closed should not be the solution to the problem, how many of our public schools do you think would be affected? The best is to increase the security of our school environment to safeguard the life of innocent students like me abi?

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