Friday, 12 April 2013

Picture of The Student That Died During The Ghost Scare At Ignatius Ajuru University

Picture of student that died as a result of ghost scare at Ignatius Ajuru university, Rivers State

Friday Agi

Rivers State Police command has confirmed the death of one student in the unfortunate ghost scare incident which took place last week Wednesday at about 3.00 am at the Rumuolumeni campus of the Rivers State Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Port Harcourt.

The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), was quoted as saying that only one student died in the tragic incident while six others who sustained injuries were taken to the hospital for treatment.
According to the university spokesperson,  four students who were injured in the event of the ghost scare were quickly rushed to University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital (UPTH) where they were been treated.

Similarly, the Public Relations Officer of the institution, Mrs Ngozi Okiridu, also confirmed that only one male student died.
But a source who chose anonymity said that two students, male and female died in the scare.
Meanwhile the authorities of the university defied the incident and organized a matriculation ceremony for her new students.

It would be recalled that around 3am on Wednesday, a student raised alarm on the appearance of a ghost that caused stampede which led to the death of at least a student.
Students were said to have jumped out of the window to avert being left behind in the school premises.

One of the students who recounted what happened said the students heard a vibration which was interpreted to mean the presence of an evil spirit and they started running. The stampede left a student identified as Charles (Pictured above) of the Department of French dead instantly.

In a chat with the public relations officer of the National Union of the Rivers State Students (NURSS), Ignatius Ajuru University Chapter, Deezia Burabari Sunday, said they were reading and fell asleep and at about 3.00, a strange apparition started coming in through one of the doors.
Deezia said that a similar incident happened last year in the same campus of the institution and fortunately, no life was lost.

Some students said that the absence of power supply aided in the unfortunate event.
They therefore called on the governor to give priority to the welfare of the students.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Ngozi said that the students who were injured are now in stable condition.

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