National youth service corp official has release a statement on one it’s serving corp member who was allegedly hit to death by a train on March 8, at Ikeja Train Station,Miss Nneka Deborah Odili.
Lagos State NYSC Coordinator, Mohammed Momoh, told press yesterday, that there was no trace of suicide in the tragic incident.
Late Odili, with NYSC code number 17B1169, was a graduate of Health Education from University of Port Harcourt. He said: “She was born on July 11, 1988 in Rivers State.
NYSC, has discounted suicide in the demise of a corps part, Nneka Odili,who later died at 6.55p.m. at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH, around the same time.
The late corps member did not show any indication of discouragement or tension that could prompt suicide.
The Coordinator said she was presented on the ninth Brigade, Ikeja Cantonment, Maryland, in Lagos.
A hunt on her Facebook page, in the early long stretches of March 8 when she passed on, uncovered that she transferred 39 pictures, entitled Happy mind-set.
It is similarly incorrect for people to state that she was wearing an earphone when the episode occurred. “She was with her little telephone and not at all like earphone or earpiece was found at the scene of the mischance,”
She was the best Volleyball player and her team was billed to represent Lagos State at the National Youth Service
There is no way the late corps member would have committed suicide, considering events that preceded her death.” Coordinator said.
She was said to be on her way to complete her documentation at Onigbongbo Local Government, when she was hit by a train, at the Ikeja Train Station.
The remains of the late corps member has been buried on March 11 at Ndoni, Onelga Local Government, Rivers State