JSS 3 student battling for his life after being knocked down as illegal task force and cab driver drag steering wheel in Rivers State

A JSS 3 student is reportedly battling for his life after he sustained injuries as he was being knocked down by some disbanded members of Rivers Task force while fragging the steering wheel following an argument with a cab driver in  Rivers State.

The incident happened on Wednesday afternoon, September 9, at Ozuoba in Obi/Akpor Local Government Area of the state and the boy was rushed to the nearest hospital while an angry mob succeeded in arresting one of the fake task force members and handed him over to Ozuoba Police Station.

Narrating how the incident happened, the victim’s teacher, Goldy Ude, said wrote;


“The above pictures shows details of a very disheartening story of task force boys who though disbanded by the government still do their illegal job,”


“This afternoon one of my students, a JSS 3 boy who was returning from a French exam was knocked down by a Siena bus whose steering was seized by the hooligans. The vehicle totally left the main road and lifted the poor boy from the pedestrian walkway. one of them was caught and handed over to the police in Ozuoba,”

“The boy was rushed unconscious to hospital. He lost most of his upper teeth. His jaw and part of his face was mutilated I couldn’t hold my tears to see a boy that left me less than an hour earlier in this state. His situation was bad I thank God for his life. He made it out of the theater but will need a set of artificial upper teeth,”

” He is lying down in excruciating pain in hospital now. He did nothing wrong. He was on the walkway. He absolutely didn’t deserve this yet these untamed task force boys disfigured him in his prime,”

“Our Governor needs to hear this, and do something about these boys.please keep posting until the people in authority rise to do the right thing. He is my son ooo, oh God my heart is broken I haven’t sleep since yesterday, River state government please come to our aid.”

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