Death Toll Rises: Lecturers In Northern Nigeria’s Universities Meet Untimely End - Reportgist

Death Toll Rises: Lecturers In Northern Nigeria’s Universities Meet Untimely End

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A recent spate of deaths has hit university lecturers in northern Nigeria, leaving the academic community in mourning. The tragic incidents have claimed the lives of several prominent scholars, sparking concerns about the safety and well-being of educators in the region.>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

Among the victims was Dr. Tiri Gyan David of the Federal University, Dutsinma, Katsina State, who was killed by suspected terrorists. Professor Yusuf Saidu, Deputy Vice Chancellor of the Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto, also fell victim to banditry.

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Professor Ruth Wazis of the University of Maiduguri died in a car accident, while Professor Abdulkadir Kamar of the same institution was found dead in his room.

Professor Aliyu Mani of the University of Maiduguri succumbed to injuries sustained in an explosion, and Professor Mustapha Kokari died after a brief illness.

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The sudden loss of these esteemed academics has sent shockwaves through the educational sector, with many colleagues and students expressing grief and condolences.

The incidents have also raised questions about the security and safety of universities in northern Nigeria, with calls for increased measures to protect staff and students.

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As the academic community mourns the loss of these distinguished scholars, there is a growing sense of urgency to address the challenges facing the region’s educational institutions..

A recent spate of deaths has hit university lecturers in northern Nigeria, leaving the academic community

in mourning. The tragic incidents have claimed the lives of several prominent scholars, sparking concerns about the safety and well-being of educators in the region.

Among the victims was Dr. Tiri Gyan David of the Federal University, Dutsinma, Katsina State, who was killed by suspected terrorists. Professor Yusuf Saidu, Deputy Vice Chancellor of the Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto, also fell victim to banditry.

Professor Ruth Wazis of the University of Maiduguri died in a car accident, while Professor Abdulkadir Kamar of the same institution was found dead in his room.

Professor Aliyu Mani of the University of Maiduguri succumbed to injuries sustained in an explosion, and Professor Mustapha Kokari died after a brief illness.

The sudden loss of these esteemed academics has sent shockwaves through the educational sector, with many colleagues and students expressing grief and condolences.

The incidents have also raised questions about the security and safety of universities in northern Nigeria, with calls for increased measures to protect staff and students.

As the academic community mourns the loss of these distinguished scholars, there is a growing sense of urgency to address the challenges facing the region’s educational institutions..>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

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