EBSU NEWS: EBSU in Grief As Final Year Student Dies In Sleep

A beautiful final year student of Sociology in Ebonyi State University (EBSU), identified as Doris Chinaza Edeh, reportedly died in her sleep last night.
The final year student’s death came as a shock to everyone this morning, as it was further gathered that her corpse has already been deposited at the Federal Medical Centre’s morgue. Before her death, sources claimed she stayed at Emmanuel Lodge hostel Ishieke, Ebonyi state. Friends of the deceased are already penning down tributes to her on social media.

Chidera Goldera Orji wrote:

Tears in my eyes and pain in my heart
Doris chinaza edeh you posted my pic yesterday to wish me a happy birthday and this morning I received a call that you’re dead. I went to fmc and I ask your mum and she said it’s true I also saw you lying helplessly.
Doris edeh your mum said that you didn’t keep all the promises you made. I’m still in shock
Rest in peace dordor nwanyi oma as I always call you
Rest in peace my sister and my friend I will forever love and miss you. I love you so much, soc 2014 session miss you.

Okoye Sonia Ugonwanne wrote:

Doris Chinaza edeh.. Y So soon?.. Rip dear. God knows d best… In pains and tears.. Rest in d boosom of the almighty God. Amen…

This report of Doris’ death is coming few months, after Chinedu Linus, a final year student of Ebonyi State University (EBSU) was killed after he confronted some gunmen. The death of the young man touched the students of people in Abakaliki, who considered it an unfortunate incident.

ASP Loveth Odah, Ebonyi State Police Command Spokesperson who reacted to the news said Linus was killed after he engaged robbers who robbed him.“

“I urge students not to confront robbers or any person bearing arms whenever they are attacked because such a person was no longer normal,”

She went on to say only the living makes use of the valuables as he said no valuable is worth anyone’s life. The robbers were said to have stormed Lucky City Hostel, where the deceased resided at Ishieke campus of the university.

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