Two students who fled to south Cyprus after their role in the fall of a student in Haspolat have been arrested and returned back to north Cyprus

Two people wanted in connection with an incident that led to a Nigerian student falling from an apartment building in Haspolat last week have been arrested in south Cyprus and returned back to north Cyprus.

The incident happened at around 1:00pm on Tuesday, January, 10 at Belediye Evleri Apartments on Second Street, Haspolat.

The victim, Chukwudi Oliver NWAUUISI, 23 who lives in Haspolat jumped from an apartment balcony following a dispute with some people who came to him to talk about house rent deposit.

To make him talk, they frightened him with an axe which made him to jump from a height of 11 meters from his apartment balcony.

He was seriously injured and was rushed to the Lefkosa State Hospital intensive care unit where he's still battling for his life due to the life-threatening injury he sustained in the fall.

Two persons, both Nigerians, who were seen as suspects in the incident fled to south Cyprus after the incident.

On Saturday, January, 21, report emerged that the two suspects identified only as IE and AA were identified in south Cyprus as a result of correspondence between north and south Cyprus made through the Bi-Communal Technical Committee on Crime and Crime Issues.

They were brought to the north through the Kermiya crossing point and arrested afterwards.

Police said the suspects were residing in the flat where the incident happened and had given Chukwudi Oliver Nwauuisi the apartment.

The incident happened when Chukwudi came to discuss the deposit issue in the hall room of the apartment.

They showed him a wooden-handled axes and frightened him which made him to jump from the open balcony of the house to the concrete floor.

Police stated that the investigation into the incident is ongoing and there are statements that need to be taken.

He said the health condition of the complainant is serious, and demanded that the suspects be detained in police for 3 days in the first place so that the investigation can be carried out safely.

Evaluating the testimony given in court, the judge ordered the suspects to be detained by the police for 3 days for investigation purposes.

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