The authorities of Obafemi Awolowo College (OAU), on Saturday, confirmed the demise of one among her personal because of poor educational efficiency.
The deceased, Opeyemi Dara, who was a closing yr scholar of the College of Arts, Division of English Language, allegedly dedicated suicide after taking a suspected dose of deadly substance popularly often called “snipper”.
The Information Company of Nigeria (NAN) learnt that she allegedly took her life following her poor educational efficiency, though the small print of the incident have been nonetheless sketchy.
Dara’s educational information obtained indicated that she had 5 excellent programs and 12 Particular Electives.
When contacted, the Public Relations Officer of OAU, Mr Abiodun Olanrewaju confirmed the incident and promised that the establishment would examine and make its findings public.
Olarewaju appealed to college students to not ponder committing suicide due to poor educational efficiency,
“ We sympathise with the mother and father and guardian of the deceased often called Dara.
” We simply need our college students and younger ones to know that despair is just not a factor they need to encourage, regardless of the state of affairs or circumstance they discover themselves.
“ Some individuals prior to now have handed by way of the identical state of affairs and circumstances and got here out clear.
“Now, suicide can by no means be an possibility and other people, particularly the younger ones who consider that taking their very own lives is an act of gallantry ought to know that it’s not.
“We need to attraction to college students, significantly OAU college students to take issues simple. Any baby that fails; that’s the reason the college says you may rerun a course, you may resit a course.
“Individuals on the market additionally face challenges and when you find yourself at school, failure or repetition of a course or specific topic can also be a part of the challenges college students should face.
“The college will get to the basis of the incident and get again to the general public,” Olarewaju stated.
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