Cal State Student Prez Stabbed in Hate Crime Attackers shouted racial slurs By Rob Quinn, Newser Staff Posted Apr 20, 2010 2:24 AM CDT 10 comments Comments Joseph Igbineweka, 23, is in stable condition in a local hospital. (California State University) (Newser) – The student body president of the California State University in Chico was stabbed and wounded in what police say was a racially motivated hate crime. Nigerian-born Joseph Igbineweka was attacked by two men who followed him and shouted racial slurs as he walked home from a party, CNN reports. Igbineweka, who says the attack was completely unprovoked, was stabbed four times. He's in stable condition in a local hospital. One man, 19, was arrested soon after the attack and charged with attempted murder. "I'm just happy they caught one of the guys," Igbineweka told the Chico Enterprise-Record. "It'd be much more painful if they hadn't caught him. I'm praying they give this guy maximum punishment."