Three Students Found dead in Anambra.

The management of the Chukwuemeka Odumegu Ojukwu University Anambra has confirmed the death of three of it’s students.

The school entrance

The Public Relations officer of the University Dr Harrison Madubueze, in a statement expressed shock over the incident,

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“The university management received with rude shock the news of the death of three of our students.

He stated that the police have started investigating the incident while assuring that details will be made public when available

“However, the security operatives are investigating the matter and at the appropriate time, they will make the findings public”

The student who are all females were identified as Obidiaso Chidera (200 level Political Science), Mercy (200 level Pharmacy) and Emmanuella (200 level Business Administration).

The students where said to be on Campus after the school vacated on August 24th, 2022 after the second-semester examinations.

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