Remember the upcoming computer Scientist who passed away after spending time with his friends, see his funeral poster
12th July 2020 was a black day to the family of Okorie-Ocha of Ahiazu, Mbaise LGA, Imo state, and the students of Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Unwana (AIFPU) (commonly known as Polyunwana), especially, the department of Computer Science, as the sudden demise of their beloved Mr. Mitshel Chinaza, who reportedly passed away in the early hour of Sunday.
Mr. Mitshel, who was a vibrant student of Polyunwana, his sudden demise was earlier made know by his breived colleagues/friends/course mates who greive over his demise as they share his pictures on social media.
Via the students WhatsApp group, a close friend said he spoke with the late Mitshael on Friday last week prior to Sunday he demised.
Further reported disclosed that Mitshael also spent some time with his friends at Owerri the same day the ugly incident took place.
However, the cause of his death is still unknown to the public as his obituary publication didn't disclose it.
According to his obituary publication, he will be laid to rest on Saturday 18th July at his hometown Umuezeariama Ihitteafoukwu, Ahiazu, Mbaise Local government area of Imo state
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