The latest news reaching nigeriaschool.com.ng reveals that A 21-year-old final year female student of the Benue State University, by name Joan Adaaku has been reportedly found dead in a hotel room located in the heart of Makurdi, the Benue State capital. I know a lot of people are already wondering what she is looking for in a hotel room, well read on…
We gathered from reliable source who refused to give his identity that the Economics undergraduate had checked into Savannah Guest House at about 7 am after paying two thousand naira, (N2,000) for a room
The source said, Joan Adaaku actually arrived the hotel alone and after undertaking some check-in formalities as provided by the Hotel management, she entered the room and locked herself up and never came out alive again…
The source said: “She never came out of her room again either to ask for food or any other things. So, at exactly 6 pm, a room attendant knocked on her door to find out if she was interest in being attended to by room service.
“Her silence aroused suspicion and the room attendant, who repeated his call to the room at 8pm without reply, alerted the hotel manager on duty.
“It was at that point that the management alerted the Police who moved in and broke into the room and discovered the lifeless body of the lady in a position that suggested she was making a call before her death.”
When her door was broke opened, the Nigeria police gathered that the deceased had on her a small purse which contained a Bible, rosary and Eight thousand and two hundred naira (N8,200) only. A bottle of water and a bottle of soft drink were also discovered in the room.
Newsmen contacted the Benue State Police Public Relations Officer, Deputy Superintendent, DSP, Daniel Ezeala who confirmed the incident and said investigation into the matter had commenced. (Oh, Nigeria Police and their Investigation!) Am pretty sure that no news on how she d1ed, what ki11ed her, will be made available to the public.
The questions on the cause of her death will remain unanswered…
May her soul rest in Peace. Amen.