100 level UI law student jumps to death during show at her hall of residence
A 100 level female law student of the University of Ibadan identified as Miss Effiong Imarbong lost her life when she fell to her death during a show at her hall of residence after reportedly showing signs of restlessness.
According to a statement signed by Olatunji Oladejo, the institution’s Director of Public Communications, the law student died when she jumped from a dangerous position during the show and she gave up the ghost almost immediately.
The statement by Oladejo reads thus: “It is with deep regret that the management of the University of Ibadan announces the sudden death of Miss Effiong Deborah Imarbong, a 100 Level student in our Faculty of Law on Monday, May 1, 2017 at the University College Hospital, Ibadan.
“Her sudden death, however, remains a mystery. It is in the light of the above that the university management wishes to state that the cause(s) of her death are still being investigated by the appropriate authorities. Moreover, her parents had been duly contacted by the relevant key officers of the university on the loss.
“It is pertinent to state that by the tradition of the Queen Elizabeth II Hall where she was a resident, an event tagged ‘Freshers/Finalists’ Week’’ was organised by the hall’s Executive Council.
“Her colleagues reported that the deceased was seen at the hall cafeteria, the venue of the movie show.
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