Final year student dies from chest pain complications at BUK hostel: Official
A 400-level female student from the faculty of education, Bayero University, Kano, identified as Binta Isa, has died in the hostel.
The Deputy Registrar, Public Affairs Directorate, Lamara Garba, made the disclosure in a statement issued on Saturday in Kano.
Mr Garba said the student died on Friday around 7:00 p.m., after an illness.
He said that available record indicated that the deceased had visited the new campus clinic last week Wednesday and complained of chest pain.
“She was diagnosed and some drugs prescribed for the ailment.
“The clinic officials revealed that she had responded to the treatment and continued attending her lectures on Thursday and Friday,” he said.
Mr Garba said that it was revealed that on November 26, she again complained of the same chest pain to her roommates in the evening.
“But she managed to perform abolition and prayed the Magrib prayer in the room,” he said.
However, Mr Garba said the roommates were shocked to have come back and met her lying on the floor.
“They raised alarm, and she was taken to Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital, Kano, where she was confirmed dead by medical doctors,” he said.
Mr Garba said the Vice Chancellor, Sagir Adamu-Abbas, Registrar Jamil Ahmed-Salim, and the Director, Health Services and Security, have visited the clinic, and that the university has contacted the deceased family.
He said “the VC, on behalf of the management, staff, and students of the institution, has expressed sadness over the death of the student.”
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