Student stabs colleague for noise making 

CITIZENS COMPASS —Doctors in Plateau State are currently battling to save the live of a student of the University of Jos, Plateau State, Julius Nember, whose female colleague allegedly stabbed on the chest over noise making. 

It was gathered that the incident occurred on Friday morning at the victim’s residence.

According to a Facebook user, Krayzeetee Atuu, who spoke to the victim’s family members, trouble began after the suspect claimed that Julius and his friend were making noise and locked Julius and his friend in his room with a padlock from outside. 

When she discovered the boys were angry with her, she gave someone else the key to open the door. 

By the time Julius  confronted the suspect over her actions, she allegedly reacted by stabbing him in the chest with a knife.


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