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Shock!!! As Rivers State Varsity Final Year Law Student Stabbed To Death

Matilda Itonyo Mark, a final year student of Law Department in the Rivers State University has been stabbed to death in her apartment in Port Harcourt.

24 year old law student, Matilda rapped and stabbed to death

Shock!!! As Rivers State University Final Year Law Student Stabbed To Death


The victim was said to have been raped and subsequently stabbed by her assailants inside her apartment close to Eagle Island.

24-year old Matilda’s body was found in her pool of blood.
An ambulance accompanied by security personnel was sighted at the scene of the incident, taking the corpse away from the scene.

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The Rivers state Police Command and the Management of the Rivers State University were yet to react to the incident at the time of this report.

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  1. Rip to the dead.
    I wish I can advice Ladies to be careful. But for many of our slay Queens Advice don't even exist.

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