The Sudden Death of Miss Catherine from the Department of Biochemistry

Miss Catherine Akinyeke, a 300 level student of Biochemistry department, Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba Akoko (AAUA), Ondo State. She was reported dead on March 11, 2021, following a brief illness after the conclusion of her first semester examination.

It came as a shock to the University community when she was reported dead, the young lady finished her examination on Tuesday and went to school on Wednesday to collect her SIWES log book, because she has to resume to where she is to exercise her industrial training for 6 months as stipulated by the university community.

The deceased who is in her third year was said to have said that he cause of her death was due to some little illness, report reaching was that the cause of the illness was due to much stress passed through during the time of her examination, that she just managed herself for the examination not knowing after the examination she will later give up to the ghost.

This has bring total shock to the department of Biochemistry and the whole Faculty of Science as this occurred a month after the accident that happened in front of the school main gate that claimed the lives of student and residents of Akungba, leaving many injured.#

Students mourn her death

With the cause of death of Miss Catherine, one of our correspondents have to meet with some of the student and ask some of them with their reactions.

When speaking with some of the student, we first spoke either the faculty president of NASS who is the person of Senator Oloyede Zacchaeus pka Zaehkman, a student of Chemical Science he said;

“It came to me as a shocked and sad news, I was stressed up already after coming from the Senate Building. In fact we are truly bereaved. My prayer is living God should not depart his presence from us anytime, and give the family of the deceased, departmental colleagues, and Faculty the fortitude to bear the sudden loss, Amen. He further said he heard she came to school yesterday for her logbook. What a shock,” he said.

Later a student from the department of Biochemistry 200 level named Akinsurulere Simbo, said it’s really a sad news. “I woke up today to see the news on certain platform, it was hard to believe. I got really broken when I confirmed from more local and trusted sources. And he further said I only know the name Catherine and we share no experience I can recollect, I pray may her soul rest in peace. Amen  and he concluded his speech.”


Condolence message


We write with shock in our heart to announce the demise of fellow NAISITE, a dear friend and sister

Late CATHERINE AKINYEKE, a 300 level student of Biochemistry department, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko

She was reported dead following a brief illness after concluding her examination

We pray that may God grant the family and friends of the deceased the fortitude to bear the loss as this is also a great loss to the entire NAISITES!

And this later was signed by the National President COMR. Adebayo Femi Johnson (KEPLER)  and the General Secretary COMR. Taiwo Emmanuel (ARISTOTLE) and was bring into publicity by the association P.R.O COMR. Collins Akinujomu _(LUTHERKING)


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