A student who attends Obafemi Awolowo University in Osun state, has being confirmed dead. According to the news, she died in a car accident which was as a result of her boyfriend over speeding. This information was shared by a popular blog called Yabaleftonline. The name of the lady who died in the accident is Mariam Adeola, and she was studying foreign language in the university before she died.
According to the news, an eyewitness that was present at the time of the accident said that her boyfriend was over speeding, and that was the cause of the accident. Mariam didn't survive the accident, but her boyfriend is in a critical condition at the hospital.
Checkout some of her beautiful pictures below:
Over speeding is not good because she died as a result of that. People need to be careful while driving on the road especially at night, because life is very important. The life of a beautiful lady was lost, because of carelessness. I pray God comforts her family and give them the strength to endure.
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