IMSU student Divine Nwaneri, killed by stray bullet, for burial today

Divine Nwaneri

Divine Nwaneri IMSU student for burial today

Divine Nwaneri IMSU student for burial today
Divine Nwaneri IMSU student for burial today

By Victor Nwachukwu

Divine Nwaneri, the 22 year-old student of soil science in Imo State University, who was killed by stray bullet on 24 April will be buried today.

Her father, Harrison Nwaneri said the student would be buried in her home village of  Obollo, Isiala Mbano Local Government Area of the state.

Harrison gave the burial information when he visited the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr Declan Emelumba on Thursday.

Nwaneri, a Lagos based pastor, thanked the commissioner for what he described as the state government’s “swift intervention”.

He lauded the efforts of the governor’s Chief of Staff, Mr Nnamdi Anyaehie whom he said was in the hospital to facilitate treatment before she gave up at the Federal Medical Center, Owerri.

He also expressed satisfaction with the efforts so far taken by the state government to alleviate the family’s pains.

 “I am deeply grieved but all the same I am also satisfied with government’s efforts to alleviate our pains in this trying time,”.

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Emelumba condoled with the Nwaneris, over the loss of Divine.

He described her death as a ‘huge loss’.

Emelumba assured the family that the state government would take all appropriate measures to provide them the needed succour.

He added that cogent measures had been taken by the state government in synergy with security agencies to restore calm to the state and ensure security of lives and property.

The commissioner restated the state government’s commitment to the welfare and security of residents of the state.

“We feel your pain, very deeply and we assure you that government will alleviate your pains to the extent possible. Please be consoled.

“Our amiable governor, Hope Uzodimma is synergizing with security agencies and calm is gradually being restored to the eastern heartland,” he said.

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