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DELSU student commits suicide after being jilted by lover of 7 years | Photo

A�female student of Delta State University, Abraka, Evelyn Mogekwe, aged 26, allegedly jilted by her�partner of seven years, committed suicide. Sources said she was in�a very good and cheerful mood�in her hostel but her mood changed dramatically after�man called her�over the�phone to end their long term relationship. She was said ...

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Policemen who witnessed the lynching & murder of Delsu student & friend arrested(Photo)

The policemen accused of collaborating with hoodlums to kill a Delsu student Nwainokpor and his�friend�in Badagry, Lagos State, have been arrested. According to a video made available to Punch, two of them have been identified as Inspector Adefemi Ashogbon, who is the station officer of the Badagry Police Division, and ...

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How a Delsu undergraduate & friend were lynched in Lagos

Policemen attached to the Badagry Police Division, Lagos State, and some hoodlums have been accused of killing a 25-year-old undergraduate of Delta State University, Ifechukwude Nwainokpor, and his�friend, identified simply as Kazeem. An eight-minute video clip�of the gruesome killing, which was made available to PUNCH Metro, showed the two victims ...

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Delsu lecturer stripped naked over sex attempt on female student.

� A failed attempt by a lecturer at�the Theatre�Arts Department of�Delta State University�to have sex with a female undergraduate�student in order to pass her was exposed. It was learnt that the lecturer had earlier threatened to fail the innocent student if she refused to have intercourse with him. After his ...

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DELSU student hacks into Uduaghan’s phone

Gov Uduaghan

A 400-level medical student of Delta State University, DELSU, Abraka, in Delta State, has been arrested by the police for allegedly hacking into Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan’s phone. The student, who failed in pharmacology and pathology course� sent a text message, purportedly from the governor, to the Vice Chancellor, Prof Eric ...

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