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Tension Envelopes Anambra Varsity As 3 Lifeless Bodies Of Students Found In Hostel

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Tension has enveloped the Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University (COOU), Igbariam campus, Anambra State, as three of its students have been found dead in their hostel.

Sources said the lifeless bodies of the students, identified to be in 200 level of various departments of the ivory tower , were found yesterday.

The deceased were identified as Obidiaso Chidera, a 200 level Political Science student; Mercy, a 200 level Pharmacy student, and Emmanuella, a 200 level Business Administration student.

The Source who craved anonymity, said they are suspecting a case of poison, adding that “their death came as surprise to many of us.

“We are still wondering what second year students were still doing in school after they were done with their exams.

Another Source close to the hostel, who described the incident as murder case said: “The students were locked up in the apartment.

According to him, “when we got access to the apartment, we found them lifeless with two of them on their beds in the room, while the third lifeless body was found in the kitchen.

However, Authorities of the state own university has confirmed the sad incident, disclosing that investigations had commenced.

The school’s Public Relations Officer PRO, Dr. Harrison Madubueze, in a statement weekend said : “The university management received with rude shock the news of the death of three of our students.

The statement added that “at the moment, the date, time and manner of their death are still uncertain.

“However, the security operatives are investigating the matter and at the appropriate time, they will make their findings public.

“The university is not in any way aware that any of her students in the second year class and above were still within the University environment.

“This is because the institution closed on Wednesday 24th August 2022 after the second semester examination and will resume on October 1, 2022.” the statement concluded

Meanwhile, as at Saturday, the State police Command was yet to make any comment on the incident


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