Nigerian student bags a 40-month jail term for threat£ning to bomb a university in the U.K

A Nigerian masters student at Dundee University, Scotland, Simtochukwu Okwuoha, 26, has been sentenced to 40 months behind bars over threats to b%mb the institution.

The Perth Sheriff court ruled that the international energy studies student should be deported after serving his jail term.

In November, the BBC reported that the court found the 26-year-old master’s student guilty of seven charges, including making t+rrorist threats against the university. He was remanded in custody.

Okwuoha claimed he had enlisted ISIS, a t+rrorist organisation, to help b%mb the university. He also told the university staff that he planned to target the city in a chemical attack.

Sheriff William Wood said Okwuoha’s “presence in the United Kingdom is not conducive to the public good, and I make a recommendation for your deportation in due course”.

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