TVC E. Boris Commodore, a student of St.Stephen’s Presbyterian Senior Technical School in the eastern region of Ghana, met his untimely death after he was allegedly poisoned.
The 17-year-old is reported to have returned from prep on Friday, November 25 and taken a beverage drink.
He supposedly later had garri (soaked) before complaining of severe stomach pains followed by vomiting of blood. Boris died before the school authorities could rush him to the Kibi Government Hospital.
Speaking exclusively to 3News, the deceased brother who narrated the tragic scene said that Boris had been threatened with death by a schoolmate after they had a misunderstanding about a month ago.
‘He came home three weeks ago after a fracas with one of his mates in which he received a blow to his eye so he was given permission to come home. We have been communicating and everything has been okay but he had earlier complained to...
TVC E. A final year female student of the Delta State Polytechnic, department of Mathematics and
Statistics was allegedly murdered by her cultist lover inside her room in a private hostel off Polytechnic Road in Ogwashi-Uku, Delta state last Tuesday November 22nd.
According to Sahara Reporters, the deceased who is simply identified as Julia had spent the night with her yet to be identified lover at her room in the Hostel when she was killed.
Other students residing in the hostel said the unidentified lover during a previous stay, had stolen the deceased lady's ATM card.
"After her cultist lover had left the following day she received an alert of a N100,000 deduction from her bank account where she discovered her ATM card was missing. Not comfortable with the development, she went straight to her bathroom to take her bath. Immediately after that, she received another alert of N45,000 making it N145,000 that was...
20-year-old Cephas Abbas from Benue State has been arrested by the police in Edo State for allegedly hacking a motorcyclist identified as Aniete Okon to death in the Ovia South-West Local Government Area of the state.
An Abuja-based trader and a commercial tricycle rider from Owerri were apprehended by officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) in Lagos in connection with the unlawful importation of 6.390kg of substances that tested positive for heroin.