Family Of Murdered Female UNIPORT Student, Justina Breaks Silence

Family Of Murdered Female UNIPORT Student, Justina Breaks Silence

by Victor Ndubuisi

Justice has been demanded by the family of Justina Otuene, a female student at the University of Port Harcourt who was slain.

According to, Otuene’s lover is suspected of killing her at his home in Ozuoba, which is located in the state’s Obio/Akpor Local Government Area.

Damian Chinemere, a 400-level Petrochemical Engineering student at the same university, was detained in connection with the horrific incident, and the suspect was paraded with him by the police on Thursday.

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Osas Otuene, the deceased’s elder brother, told reporters in Port Harcourt on Friday that the family is deeply saddened by the news and seeks justice.


Osas, a 500-level Chemical Engineering undergraduate at the university, claimed that more offenders are responsible for the death and that the law will take its course.

He said, “On Wednesday we got a call from someone that a dead body was reported at the Ozuoba Police Station that we should go there.

“So I reported to the Investigating Police Officer at Mini-okoro Police Station and together with some of my relatives we went with the Ozuoba Police Station and met the police officer there who confirmed the corpse.

“All we need is justice. Let the law take its course on the guy who did this to my sister and everyone else who is involved in this heinous crime because he was not working alone.

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“She was the only daughter of the family, my dad is late. My mum is alive but she is distraught right now. So it is a hard one on us.”

Speaking as well, Chima Wokocha, the dean of student affairs at the University of Port Harcourt, stated that Georgewill Owunari, the vice chancellor, had urged the police to use all of their resources to guarantee that justice was served in this case.


The Wokocha urged parents to constantly counsel their dependents and kids against pursuing rapid financial success.

Wokocha stated, “I want to assure you that the university will not try to stop the process of law. And the university is also worried about its image with this kind of incident.

“The Vice-Chancellor has insisted that justice will be done because there is no student here who has the right to kill or get physical with anybody. It is wrong.



“The punishment for fighting or getting physical in the university is outright expulsion and in the University through then Vice Chancellor has told the police to do everything possible to unravel the mystery surrounding the death of this very promising young lady.

“They (parents) should warn their wards about this quick wealth thing and this thing about relationships. It didn’t used to be like that in those days.


“People used to be serious about what they were doing. These days you see a girl of 19, 20, she has strings of lovers. I mean what benefit, what gain?

“And so I implore parents and guardians to try and caution their wards, control and monitor them. And if they see their wards doing things that they ought not to, they should report immediately to the university authority if they are in UNIPORT or to the Police so that this kind of thing can be curbed.”


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