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Olabisi Onabanjo University Mourns Two 400-Level students Who Pass On Within A week

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The entire community of Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), Ago Iwoye, Ogun State was confounded by the death of two female students of the university; Fayomi Busayo, a 400-level student of the Faculty of Medicine and John Ibidun Anthonia, a final year student of the Department of Banking and Finance, which occurred last within a week.
 Both students were reportedly dead due to some kind of sickness which was not disclosed.
 Through Busayo’s Facebook timeline, some of her friends’ reactions were gathered.
The entire community of Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), Ago Iwoye, Ogun State was confounded by the death of two female students of the university; Fayomi Busayo, a 400-level student of the Faculty of Medicine and John Ibidun Anthonia, a final year student of the Department of Banking and Finance, which occurred last within a week.
 Both students were reportedly dead due to some kind of sickness which was not disclosed.
 Through Busayo’s Facebook timeline, some of her friends’ reactions were gathered.
In her words, Fatona Olufunmilola wrote: “I was hoping to hear news of your induction or wedding. I was hoping to hear good news about you because you were an epitome of goodness. Unfortunately, it was news of your death. I couldn’t believe it. I hoped it wasn’t true. I felt there had been a mix-up. But here I am face to face with the reality of your demise. This is a huge loss. All I pray for is comfort for your beloved family. I wish you didn’t have to die so soon! We miss you beloved!”
 Speaking with newsmen, Adewuyi Ayobami, one of late Ibidun’s course mates said: “I was really shocked when I heard the news, but death is inevitable. My prayer is that untimely death will not be the portion of any of us.”

One Response to Olabisi Onabanjo University Mourns Two 400-Level students Who Pass On Within A week

  1. I have said times without numbers that students of Nigerian Universities should learn not to open rallies for their lost colleague. It may sound some how but its the truth. I said to a group of students this same thing in my school days when they opened the fourth rally in 3months (school name withheld). Not until they stopped, they themselves saw that it was rallies upon rallies. Its painful when you lose a dear one but then, when you rally, its like calling for more of the unsuitable fiesta. May their souls rest in peace, Amen.

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