Julius Nember, a student of the University of Jos (UNIJOS) is currently battling for his life in an undisclosed hospital after being stabbed in on the chest by an irate female neighbour on Friday.
It was gathered from a facebook user, Krayzeeee Atuu, who shared photos of the incident in a facebook post, that the female assailant, who is also a student of the institution, launched the attack on the victim, after accusing him of making noise with his friend in his room.
Atuu, also explained how the assailant, had first locked Julius and his friend inside his room with a padlock from outside, before she stabbed him with a kitchen knife when he went to register his displeasure over her actions.
Atuu post reads in part:
“This is Julius Nember known as Jay Fresh. He is a Benue indegene studying at the University of Jos and a brother to Sharks Francis OrCarpenter.
“Julius was stabbed this morning in the chest by an angry female neighbour. The doctors have already packed out 4 bags of blood from his internally bleeding chest, as you can see from the other picture, and they are taking him to the theatre now.
“This is how it happened as narrated by his sister in law Kierra Kerria Kells De Legendary-Wife and her hubby.
“Julius was in his room with his friend and a female neighbour who is a Jos indigene and a student of Uni Jos, felt they were making noise so she came with her padlock straight and locked them inside with padlock and left.
“When they got angry and started reacting inside, the lady neighbour gave someone else the key to open them out and went back inside.
“Coming outside, Julius and his friend approached her door to ask her why she behaved that way but instead, the lady came out with a knife, stabbed Julius who was in front in the chest and went back inside.
“As I am talking to you now, they have already packed 4 bags of blood from Julius chest and he is been prepared for the theatre.”
While praying for quick recovery, Atuu revealed the victim’s family spent N300,000 on the operation, as he called for everyone to be cautious.
Meanwhile, the assailant, now identified as Aneetah Nansokaan, a 300 level student, studying English in the institution, have been arrested and is currently being detained by the Police, Plateau state command.