MOUAU Students laments over blood sucking Umuahia-Ikot Ekpene Road

Umuahia-Ikot Ekpene road is no longer a death trap but a blood-sucking demon that has prematurely raptured MOUAU students, continually taking full advantage and leverage of the ineptitude of our leaders with a seared conscience.    

This is Miss Chidinma Ogbonna, a student of MOUAU who was involved in a fatal motor accident involving a trailer and died at the spot along the same Umuahia-Ikot Ekpene Road.    

It is disheartening and shocking to recall how this young, vibrant, and promising lady died due to bad roads and clueless governance. May her gentle soul rest in peace.

Even down to Gate 6, the University main gate, that is the primary death trap, the University Management has always politicised the construction of speed bumps on that road. 
From 2010 down, that road has been killing our students almost every year. Even as we call on the Honourable to represent the constituency the road falls in, we also call on the Vice-Chancellor (Prof. Iwe Ofo) of MOUAU to facilitate the construction of speed bumps on that road, particularly Gate 6, to reduce the speed of commuters, thereby minimizing the number of accidents there. 

We need the Umuahia-Ikot Ekpene death trap fixed. Rep. Sam Onuigbo, you are known and fondly called Odozi-Obodo, biko bia dozie uzo anyi.
The students' voices were crying long ago in the wilderness. Everyone paid deaf ears. They also recalled that these students had a general language that everyone understood. 
I lost loved ones on that same road. I had to cry in silence but remember that there is a GENERAL LANGUAGE which must be understood by everyone someday.

Rest In Peace Chidinma Ogbonna (2021)

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