Tragedy has befallen Kano state university of science and technology, as they mourn one of their students who drowned in Wudil river.
A 300 level student of the school Farouk Abubakar, went swimming with his two friends on Wednesday, May 2, and drowned when he was trying to rescue his drowning friend.
Students of the university has being protesting over the demise of their fellow, as reports has it that cars and infrastructures are been destroyed.
A friend of the deceased Moses Istifanus, took to his Facebook to sympathize with the family of the deceased, penning down an emotional piece on his timeline.
He wrote: "I wish to extend my condolences to the family of FAROUK ABUBAKAR, of (kano state university of science and technology). The “HERO” who gave all he had to save a friend.
Riot was conducted, school property was set ablaze, cars were broken due to negligence and HATE speech of our student affairs DEAN. But no amount of riot could bring you back.
May your soul rest in peace.
I'm saying to be a hero is means you step
across the line and are willing to make a
sacrifice, so heroes always are making a
sacrifice. Heroes always take a risk. Heroes
always deviant. Heroes always doing
something that most people don't and we
want to change.
Rip!!! To our HERO, you will forever be in our mind."
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