Report emanating from Amalla community in Enugu-ezike Local Government Area of Enugu State has it that Some 300-Level students of Mass Communication at the Kogi State University, Anyigba, were on Saturday mistaken for members of the Boko Haram sect while on a trip to Amalla community in Enugu-ezike Local Government Area of Enugu State. grapevine gathered that the students who arrived at the community at about 3pm were on assignment for Oral Community newspaper. On arrival, the students were directed to the palace of the traditional ruler.

According to one of the students, Kelvin Eze, on getting to the palace, the palace minister suspected the students to be members of Boko Haram and was about calling for their arrest.

Later, a call was put through to their Head of Department for confirmation of the students’ status.

The students were later received and allowed to carry out their assignment.

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