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It has just been reported that a 300 level student of the Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto state, is dead. The student whose name was not revealed was said to have been involved in a fatal car crash on his way back to the school’s premises on Wednesday, July 12.
His death was announced by the school via a Facebook post as they described him as someone who did not get angry while alive.
“May his soul continue to rest in peace. He is a 300 level fisheries student at Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto. He died yesterday as a result of car accident when resuming back to school, very friendly and religious, I’ve never in my life seen him angry, we pray that may Almighty Allah forgive his short comings and may jannatul firdaus be his final abode.”
Source: ( PM News )
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