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Not Again NYSC: My Son Is Not Dead – Mother Of First Class Graduate Who Died In Zamfara Camp

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NYSC: My Son Is Not Dead – Mother Of First
Class Graduate Who Died In Zamfara Camp
Embattled mother of the deceased National
Youth Service Corps, NYSC, member, Udeme
Monday, has shared her grief, lamenting that
she should have died in his place.
Monday, a First Class graduate of Petroleum
Engineering from the University of Uyo, Akwa
Ibom State, died in the Batch B orientation
camping exercise in Zamfara State.
Following his demise, the faculty of
Engineering students of the University, on
Friday held a procession to honour ‘Uk
Engine’ (as he was fondly called).
The students in the company of the Special
Assistant to the Akwa Ibom State Governor on
students’ matters, Miss Otobong Aquila, had
also visited the deceased’s compound at
Etinan, Akwa Ibom State.
Monday’s mother, speaking with her son’s well
wishers said, “Ukeme you promised me that
when you return from NYSC that you will take
total care of me and take me to the best
hospital for treatment.
“Hmmmmmm I know you are not the one they
are talking about. You’re not dead you only
went for service I’m expecting you when your
service year is over.”
She told guests who came to mourn with them
to greet Ukeme and also inform him that the
mother is expecting him back home sound and
healthy, adding that her late son had promised
that he would renovate their house as soon as
he completed his studies.
The deceased’s grandmother also said, “Ukeme
You promised that you will bring students to
my burial and that the compound will not be
enough to contain guest and well wishers.
“Oh Ukeme, I won’t be able to stay alive and
see you lowered six feet below the ground.
Ooooooo dead I was the one that was
supposed to die.”
Not Again NYSC: My Son Is Not Dead – Mother Of First Class Graduate Who Died In Zamfara Camp Not Again NYSC: My Son Is Not Dead – Mother Of First Class Graduate Who Died In Zamfara Camp Reviewed by Award6baseMedia on December 10, 2016 Rating: 5

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