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Anambra College of Education Student suicide over School Fees

Anambra College of Education Student suicide over School Fees

Tony Okafor, Awka

A 29-year-old understudy of Nwafor-Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe, in the Anambra East Local Government Area, Philip Chinedu, has purportedly dedicated suicide over charged high educational cost expense.

The expired, who lived off-grounds, was discovered held tight a roof fan in his room at around 8.40pm.

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Southern City News accumulated that the expired, who was a local of Eziowelle in the Idemili North Local Government Area of the state, was a 200 level understudy of the organization.

The occurrence, it was learnt, had caused freeze among the two understudies and educators of the school, who still couldn’t seem to deal with the episode.

A source told our journalist that the late Philip had grumbled a few hours previously the tale of his demise was made open about high educational cost charge in the school.

“No suicide note was found on him, yet I think he was to some degree pitiful as of late over his failure to get together with installment of school charges and such sundry issues,” the source expressed.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Haruna Mohammed, affirmed the occurrence, unveiling that the carcass of the casualty had been kept in a mortuary for post-mortem.

Mohammed stated, “One Obinna Joseph, an understudy of the College of Education Nsugbe, announced that on same date at around 8pm, he came back to his inn, which is off-grounds at Nsugbe and discovered his flat mate balanced dead on the roof fan inside the room.

“Upon the receipt of the objection, the scene was visited by police analysts connected to the 3.3 Division driven by the DPO, CSP Sunday Irek, and the casualty was taken to Apex Hospital, where he was affirmed dead by a therapeutic specialist.”

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