Death is inevitable, it is the fate of every man here on earth to die one day. However, it is sad whenever we lose our loved ones to death, if we are all to make a wish, no one will ever want to die.
It is said that the creation of man is not complete until he dies. Death is the last thing that substantiates you are human.
It is on a tragic note that we received the news of the demise of a first-class final-YEAR student of Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka. The student was confirmed dead alongside an unidentified bike man who was crushed to death by a cement-laden truck.
According to reports, the sad incident happened on Tuesday, when the truck was trying to dodge a motorcyclist on the busy police station road in Abraka. Which as a result the truck slides out of the road and mashed the student and the bike man.
According to reports from the school, the desist student was a First Class Economics student.
It is our immense prayer that his gentle soul and the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercies of God rest in peace.
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