Sad: Delta State Polytechnic Lost A Student Who died With A Baby in Her Womb(photos)
The death of mother in labor is one of the most painful death a family can experience. Death can be so wicked not to consider age, status, and people's condition.
It was a black Friday for the family and entire Delta State polytechnic as tge lost a dear beloved student who died during child birth.
According to report from Delta State Polytechnic Official Facebook page, the deceased whose name is Emerure Anyabine Clement progress died during child birth and also lost the baby boy in her womb. The reporter(Bon Okafor) said that the family of the deceased confirmed the news to be true.
Late Progress untill her death is a student of Science Laboratory Technology (SLT), still doing her National Diploma Program 2(ND2).
May her soul rest in peace Amen. God please console her family members and her beloved husband. We Nigerian students we always remember you. God knows the best for you.
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