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Tragedy Strikes as FUOYE Student Found Dead in Shallow Grave

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Tragedy Strikes as FUOYE Student Found Dead in Shallow Grave
A student of the Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), Atanda Modupe Deborah, has been found dead. Her body was discovered in a shallow grave after she went missing while studying at night. The House of Representatives has condemned the reported killing and called for a thorough investigation to bring the culprits to justice. The university management dismissed reports of the body being mutilated. The Ekiti state Commissioner of Police has ordered a comprehensive investigation and urged the public to remain calm while the perpetrators are brought to book.

In a tragic twist of events, the Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE) community is mourning the loss of one of its own, Atanda Modupe Deborah. The young and promising nursing student went missing after she set out to study on the evening of Monday, September 4. However, her lifeless body was recently discovered, buried in a shallow grave.

This shocking news has sent shockwaves through the halls of the university as students and staff reel from the loss. The House of Representatives has responded swiftly, condemning the reported killing and demanding justice for the deceased. Akin Rotimi, the spokesman for the green chamber, representing Ekiti North (1) (Ikole/Oye) federal constituency, called on the Ekiti state government, relevant security agencies, and community stakeholders to collaborate and ensure that the culprits are identified and brought to book.

Meanwhile, rumors had circulated that Deborah's body had been mutilated by her killers, causing further distress to the university community. However, the university management dismissed these reports. In a statement, they confirmed that they had visited the morgue where the body was deposited and ascertained that no part of her body had been mutilated.

The Ekiti state Commissioner of Police, Ogundare Dare, has ordered a thorough investigation into the cause of Deborah's death. The police have already arrested ten suspects in connection with the case. The commissioner assured the public that they would leave no stone unturned in their quest to apprehend the perpetrators and ensure they face the full wrath of the law.

This tragic incident brings to mind a similar incident that occurred at the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA), where a 500-level student, Akeredolu 'Clinton' Ayomide, tragically passed away. The sudden death of promising students like Ayomide and Deborah serves as a wake-up call for universities and security agencies to prioritize the safety and security of students on campuses.

It is crucial for the government, security agencies, and university administrations to work collaboratively to address the growing security challenges facing students. Campuses should be safe and conducive environments for learning, and any acts of violence must be met with swift and decisive action.

We extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Modupe Deborah Atanda during this difficult time. May her soul rest in peace, and may justice be served in her memory.

Source of content: OOO News 2023-09-07 News

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