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University graduate attempts suicide due to unreleased results

Precious Ogbeide, a 2018 graduate of Ambrose Ali University in Ekpoma, Edo State, allegedly made an attempt on his life because the institution allegedly refused to provide him and many other graduates with their results.

Reporters discovered that Ogbeide began to stab himself with fragments of a bottle he had shattered. His parents said that he had been suffering from depression as a result of not being able to receive his results after five years in the school.

After completing the curriculum for five years, some disgruntled students of the school bemoaned their inability to acquire their degree results, saying that the circumstance had left them feeling demoralized.

They claim that the development has left them with a gloomy future.

According to the disgruntled students, the tertiary institution had been promising to remove the backlog of results and resolve the cases of students who had not yet been called up for the National Youth Service Corps program.

But a person with knowledge of Monday’s episode informed reporters that Ogbeide grew angry and chose suicide as a result.

The source, who wished to remain anonymous, said, “I received a call at around 3:30 pm on Monday saying Ogbeinde had been taken to the hospital on a medical emergency. I was informed that he had been exhibiting symptoms of depression and that they had made every effort to assist.

“The mother told me that he suddenly got up with a bottle in hand and slammed it to the ground. They said that I had slipped. However, he began to pierce his neck and body with the broken bottle’s parts.

The relative who was with him when the incident happened subdued him before he was taken to the hospital, where he is presently being treated.
He claimed to be above everything. He claimed that after attending school for five years without receiving any results, he had lost the ability to face his parents and other family members.

He struggled to find employment since employers insisted on seeing his certificate.

According to reports, the students who were affected by certificate and result concerns may have experienced difficulties with some of their courses when they were enrolled in school, according to the school’s Head of Corporate Communications and Protocol, Mike Aladenika.

“You wouldn’t have issues with your scores if you had graduated and completed everything that was required of you while you were a student.

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