ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY To Investigate The Death Of 200Level MLS Student.
By Sunt | self meida writer
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The vice Chancellor of Abia State University, Eleazar Uchenna Ikonne, has urged his Students to remain calm, as the University management will leave no stone unturned at investigating the remote and immediate causes of the death of his Student (MR. IBEABUCHI MARSHALL) who was said to get slumped and died instantly while playing football.
Eye witness indicate that Mr. IBEABUCHI MARSHALL was said to be playing a football match at the University pavilion, where he did a back flip to celebrate their victory, which resulted to hitting his head on the ground.
He was rushed to the medical centre but all efforts inserted to save his life was proved abortive, as no vital signs could be obtained. He was found dead before arrival to the clinic.
The vice Chancellor further went on to describe the death of Marshall as very painful to him, as the life of every student of the University is very important to the university management.
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