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Two Nnamdi Azikiwe varsity students found dead in private hostel in Anambra

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Two students of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, were on Sunday evening, found dead at a private hostel in the school.
A source at the institution said the hostel room located at William’s Lodge was forced open following a stench oozing out from it.

According to the source, the two students, a male and a female, might have died some days earlier, because their corpses have started decomposing as of the time they were retrieved.

The cause of the death was not clear as of the time of filing this report.

It was gathered that parents of the female student, whose name was given simply as Adaeze, had been calling her telephone line for days without any response.

The source said when the several calls were not responded to, the parents, became agitated and reported to the police.

The parents, in company with security operatives, stormed the hostel to check on her and they met her door firmly locked.

On forcing the door open, they found the two students lying dead in the room.

The Anambra state police spokesman, Ikenga Tochukwu, confirmed the development but faulted the claim of stench oozing from the room.

“The narrative is not correct. There was no stench. The girl was not answering calls, which got her parents worried. They reported to the police who forced the door open.

“No mark of violence on the bodies. They died apparently from carbon monoxide poisoning from generator fumes. The generating set was found in an enclosure facing the room. The cause of death will be ascertained after autopsy,” he said.

Text, excluding headline, courtesy of The PUNCH)
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