A Nigerian lecturer at Michael Okpara College of Agriculture Umudike (MOUAU), has demanded full investigation into the dying of his 18-year-old son who died after drowning in a Russian River.
Prof Amaechi Ndubueze, father of 18-year-old medical pupil, Information Uzochi Ndubueze, who left Nigeria in 2118 to review drugs in 2018 at Yugoslavia State Medical College, obtained a name round 3:30 pm on July 9, informing him of his son’s dying.
The bereaved father stated:
“It was his guardian who stays at St Petersburg: one other metropolis completely different from Yugoslavia State, the place the boy was finding out that referred to as to tell me about my son’s dying. After I requested him what occurred, he informed me he was not there with him to really say what occurred.
“However in keeping with unverified supply that spoke to him, the guardian, he learnt that the boy went for a picnic with others at a lake the place the boy was stated to have drowned and died immediately.”
Ndubueze suspected there might extra to his son’s dying than reported.
“The information of my son’s dying is relatively unlucky becaue we didn’t hear that he was sick as he has no earlier illness. So we suspect a foul play. We suspect that they’re attempting to make use of drowning to cover-up. How can somebody simply name me and say Information Uzochi Ndubueze is lifeless like that?
“We’re pleading with the Federal Government Council led by President Muhammadu Buhari, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu and Senators Enyinnaya Abaribe, Orji Uzor Kalu and Theodore Ahamefula to intervene and order investigation into this dying as it’s relatively unlucky.
“The chairman of Nigeria in Diaspora Fee Mrs. Dabire Abike Erewa, Nigerian Ambassador to Russia and different effectively which means Nigerians ought to come to our assist as we’re helpless, there may be positively nothing we will do as this incidence is in distant Russia. My son’s motion to Russia is thru proper and acceptable means. He has his papers intact. His passport too and visa had been legally processed.”