Doris Chibuko, a Nigerian woman, who moved to the USA in 2002 has been identified as one of the victims of a shooting massacre at Oikos University, a small Christian university, in Oakland, Califonia.
On Monday, a former student of Oikos University, had gone to the university to find a female administrator and when he could not find her, he entered a classroom and ordered everyone to get up against a wall, and he pulled out a gun then people started running, and he started shooting, He killed seven people - six women and one man -- and wounded three others.
One Goh, 43-year-old Korean native and naturalized U.S. citizen, who was also former nursing student at the school, is currently in police custody and has been booked on seven counts of murder, three counts of attempted murder, one count of kidnapping and one count of carjacking.
On monday, Doris who was two months away from graduating to become a nurse, had been studying at the university when she was shot and killed. She was a mother of three children who are aged 3, 5 and 8 years old.
Speaking to a journalist, her husband spoke about their life together and said, "She was a very happy person, very caring, very loving, She liked to spend time with her family. Right now I'm just trying to grieve."
The Coroner's Office has also identified the six other victims.
A public memorial service was held for the victims at Allen Temple Baptist Church, in East Oakland on Tuesday, where about 20 religious leaders of all faiths led the church in prayer and called on the mourners to rise above the anger and sadness and use the tragedy to unite the community.