CRUTECH Loses Two Final Year Students To Accident

In Breaking News, Education, Reports

By Patrick Obia

Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH) Calabar campus, again on resumption lost two final year students identified as Nelson of Mathematics and Statistics department and Sharon Chinyeaka Abalihi of Biological Sciences.

The two were said to have involved in motor accident. Sharon Chinyeaka said took her last breath while returning back to school along Nkwere Junction, Anambra State where one of the vehicles tyre ran out of the vehicle which was exactly the one close to where she sat.

Recall that Agbor Joseph and Wofai Emmanuel Eteng, both faculty of Engineering died at the beginning of the semester last year.

The demise of Nelson and Sharon has kept some students of the varsity talking as some took to social media to express sadness with some asking “if it is now a norm for student (s) to die on resumption?”

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