Nigerian Student Dies At Her Boyfriend’s House In Osun

Faderera Oliyede, a Nigerian female student has reportedly died in her boyfriend’s house in Boripe Local Government Area of Osun State.

Nigerian Student Dies At Her Boyfriend’s House In Osun

A 300-level student of the Federal University of Oye Ekiti in Ekiti State, Faderera Oliyede, has died during a visit to her boyfriend in Iree, Boripe Local Government Area of Osun State.

Sources in the community told our correspondent that the incident which threw residents into confusion occurred at around 12:30pm on Tuesday.

The 21-year old undergraduate, said to be studying Mathematics Education at the university reportedly went to visit her boyfriend, Ayo Malik, in company with her friend, Adekemi Adewumi.

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Malik, who is said to be a Student of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree was said to have cooked the rice which three of them ate.

The sources said they ate the rice, the deceased started complaining of stomach ache while still eating.

While Malik and Adewumi were reportedly trying to stabilise Oloyede she was said to have died.

The host, on noticing that Oloyede had stopped breathing, sneaked out of the room and fled.

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”Neighbours were attracted by the alarm raised by the friend ( Adewumi). They said they got there and discovered that the girl had died.

“One of the neighbours, Alhaji reported the case to the police. Some policemen came from the station in Iree and removed the corpse and took the remains to a morgue,” a source said.

The Police Public Relations Officer, in Osun State, Mrs Yemisi Opalola, confirmed the incident to journalists on Wednesday.

She said the friend of the deceased had been arrested while the police were still on the trail of Malik.

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She, however, added that autopsy would be carried out on the corpse to ascertain the cause of the death.

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