Ojukwu varsity laments loss of students to motorcycle accidents

Ojukwu varsity laments lack of faculty college students to motorcycle accidents

Ojukwu varsity laments lack of faculty college students to motorcycle accidents. The Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Anambra State, might ban school college students of the institution from using bikes as a means of transport.

This adopted the dying of three female school college students on the Igbariam campus of the faculty in three separate motorcycle accidents between Friday and Sunday.

One of the deceased was acknowledged to be a final-year scholar.

“She was rushing to satisfy up with an early morning lecture when she was killed by a motorcyclist,” a provide acknowledged.

The Public Relations Officer of the faculty, Dr. Chukwueloka Christian, blamed the deaths on the recklessness of motorcyclists.

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He regretted that school college students had disobeyed warnings in the direction of the utilization of bikes as a means of transportation.

He acknowledged, “We have plenty of situations appealed to varsity college students dwelling off-campus to go away their hostels early enough so that they will be part of the shuttle buses and meet up with their lectures.

“We have moreover written severally to the state authorities to assemble tempo breakers on the road to the varsity, nonetheless we’ve got now however to acquire any constructive response.

“The VC should not be relenting in guaranteeing further hostels are constructed for school youngsters. The administration has already signed a memorandum of understanding with 4 companies in that respect. One has already commenced work.”

Chukwueloka acknowledged the three deceased school college students had been a 400-level scholar of English Education, a 200-level English scholar, and a scholar inside the Department of Philosophy

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