One of the freshers of University of Ibadan in the faculty of law Miss Deborah Effiong Imarbong was found dead around 8:40pm on May 1st, 2017. It was reported that she was a resident of the Queen Elizabeth Hall II and was present at the program held for the freshers of that resident.

One of the freshers of University of Ibadan in the faculty of law Miss Deborah Effiong Imarbong was found dead around 8:40pm on May 1st, 2017. It was reported that she was a resident of the Queen Elizabeth Hall II and was present at the program held for the freshers of that resident.

One of the freshers of University of Ibadan in the faculty of law Miss Deborah Effiong Imarbong was found dead around 8:40pm on May 1st, 2017. It was reported that she was a resident of the Queen Elizabeth Hall II and was present at the program held for the freshers of that resident.

Few minutes to her death,it was said that she recieved a call from a student and left the venue to attend to the call, when she was done with the call, she went back to the venue and left again. Was this the biggest mistake of her life?

Few minutes to when she left, a bang was heard by her collegues.It happened to be that she fell from a dangerous spot in the hall. She was rushed to the school’s hospital where she was said to be dead. What must have caused the untimely and mysterious death of Miss Deborah? Her future was bright.

It is a relief to hear that the cause of her death is being investigated as we do not think that she had any cause to commit suicide. Also, all fingers and eyes are pointing and looking at the call she made. Does that call have something to do with her sudden death or is it a mere and an unfortunate coincidence?

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