19 Injured Students Discharged, Four Undergoing Treatment

Nineteen students of Nasarawa State University, Keffi, who sustained injuries during the stampede that occurred last Friday, have been discharged from medical care.
However, the state government has confirmed that two students tragically lost their lives in the incident, while four others are still undergoing treatment.
In a text message to Channels Television on Sunday, the Commissioner for Humanitarian Affairs, Margaret Elayo, conveyed her condolences to the families of the deceased students, identified as Grace Danladi and Rose Micheal, both of whom hailed from Nasarawa State.
The Commissioner visited Mararaba Edege in Nasarawa Local Government Area and Kubang village in the Panda Development Area of Karu Local Government Area on Saturday to console the families of the deceased students.
While there, she refrained from explicitly stating whether the state government would provide compensation to the families of the deceased students.
The husband of late Rose Micheal expressed profound grief over the loss of his wife, highlighting their brief one-year marriage. Despite his devastation, he accepted her passing as the will of God.
Aminu Enupe, the district head of Edege, expressed gratitude for the government’s concern and urged for better management of similar processes in the future.
He acknowledged Governor Abdullahi Sule’s compassion towards the students and residents of Nasarawa State, emphasizing the importance of learning from the tragic incident.
“We give God the glory,” Enupe remarked, reflecting on the inevitability of fate. “No matter what you do, what will happen, will happen. And it has happened and there is nothing we can do about it. We only pray that we learn from whatever has happened.”
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