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School named after late Ochanya by Benue governor Ortom

A school named after late Ochanya Elizabeth by the Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, will have renovation works kicked off with immediate effect on the order of the governor.

According to reports, the governor gave the directive to the Executive Secretary of the  State Universal Basic Education Board, Philip Attachin, to give the school in the village of the late Ochanya a face-lift and then name it after her.

School named after late Ochanya by Benue governor Ortom lailasnews 4
School named after late Ochanya by Benue governor Ortom


Recall that the 13-year-old Elizabeth Ochanya died of complications arising from the rape allegedly carried out by a father and son.

“I have instructed the SUBEB boss to give facelift to the LGEA primary school, Ogene Amejo in Okpokwu local government area where the late Ochanya who was allegedly raped by her uncle and son had her primary education.

“We shall provide all instructional materials for the school and name it after her,” Ortom said.

On the release of the former Livestock Guard Coordinator, Alhaji Aliyu Teshaku, who was arrested and detained by the Department of State Services, the governor said he had been vindicated.

“I inherited Teshaku from the previous administration. I do not know why he was arrested and then released. I met with him and he told me that he was released on bail,” Ortom said.

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100 Comments

  1. At least its something I hope that wicked man and His son are paying heavily for the rubbish they did . the father a stupid man the Son the same thing none of was wise . I hope they’ll rot in jail

  2. beautiful girl who lost her life to two useless people who call themselves male specie. may her soul continue to rest well while God keeps punishing both father and son who committed this. gov ortom has done well by this gesture and i hope the school continues to be kept in good condition, not just now but even long after ortom must have left office

  3. The girl is dead already. The first thing this girl needs is justice. They must pay for the crimes they committed against her.

  4. That is good ,remembering her in that way is not bad but let those that caused her death be brought to the law so that others can learn from it

  5. Her family should be the responsibility of the government…in addition to making sure justice is done

  6. Thank God the girl has been immortalized but those who committed this evil should be properly penalized.

  7. Great initiative by the Governor… This will help the students of that school to try to emulate the positive influence of the little girl and it’ll also help to immortalize her name

  8. It’s a sad story for the 13yrs girl to be rapped by uncle and son. Thank God he name will not vanish immediately as it will be used to name the school after her.

  9. That’s good but it’s not enough, they should punish her killers accordingly because she was really tormented and assaulted. May Ochanya Elizabeth continue to rest in peace.

  10. That’s great at least the little girl would not be forgotten, that man and his son must surely pay for their bad acts

  11. An innocent girl who lost her life because of the stupidity of father and son. Her name will live forever nice of the governor.

  12. It remains in the hands of God if ever the people who raped this girl would be forgiven. That’s a good one from the governor but I hope her family are well compensated.

  13. That’s a good one from governor Ortom.Elizabeth need not to be forgotten easily, she really suffered in the hand of father and son,hope they are given appropriate punishment for the crime they committed.

  14. Congratulations my able governor
    Please subeb secretary hasting up the work.
    May her gently soul rest in peace

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