Bauchi fed poly student dies mysteriously

Bauchi fed poly student dies mysteriously

A student of the Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi, Auwal Shehu, has been found dead in front of one of the school’s hostel.

The Punch reports that students woke up to the death of 21-year-old Shehu who was a National Diploma II student of the Civil Engineering department of the school.

A student who spoke on anonymity said:

“We were confused to find the student’s dead body in front of the hostel. We did not know what killed him, but we reported the incident to the management.”

No one exactly knows what happened to him but there are insinuations that Shehu fell off the second floor of the hostel while reading at night. Some also think he might have slumped and died while returning to the hostel from one of the lecture rooms.

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Confirming the saa incident, the deputy rector of the institution, Sanusi Gumau, said preliminary investigation showed no sign that the deceased fell off “a high-rise building”.

“I got a call from one of the school cadets at about 5.30am on Tuesday informing me that a student was found dead in front of the boys’ hostel. Our medical unit did a physical check on the student and confirmed that he had indeed died. There is no truth in the report that the student slumped and died while returning from class in the night. He also did not fall off any high-rise building. Physical check showed no sign of injury; nothing,” he said.

Gumau said the chief security officer of the school reported the incident at the Yelwa Police Division.

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“The police took the corpse away to the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Teaching Hospital, Bauchi, for an autopsy,” he added.

The deputy rector also said the family of the deceased had been contacted. He added that the deceased was to sit for two papers in the ongoing exams on Tuesday before his untimely demise.

The Dean, Student Affairs, Clement Ezeaku, said:

“His roommates said he only told them that he was going out that (Monday) night. They said he didn’t tell them exactly where he was going to. Because of the exams going on in the school, students can move around anytime of the day.”

He said the cause of the death was not known because the parents of the deceased insisted that the corpse be released to them for burial.

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