HomePoliticsSoludo Grieves For Anambra Schoolchildren Struck By Lightning

Soludo Grieves For Anambra Schoolchildren Struck By Lightning

Listen to article

Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, the Governor of Anambra State, has offered his heartfelt condolences following the untimely deaths of three students from Tansi International College in Awka, who tragically lost their lives while playing football at the school on Saturday.

Furthermore, Soludo expressed his concern about preventing future incidents and advised the youth to exercise caution by refraining from outdoor activities when rainfall begins, highlighting the sudden and unexpected nature of lightning strikes.

The official announcement was made in a press statement on Tuesday by Christian Aburime, who serves as the Press Secretary to the Governor.

‘The governor also condoles with their grieving students, as well as the bereaved families who have lost their beloved three children following the devastating effects of electrostatic discharge from lightening that unfolded on the school grounds in Anambra State.’

Read also: Anambra Community Begins Moves To End Cult Killings

‘The deceased include 16-year-old Obi Francis Chukwunwuike from Nteje, Anambra State, 16-year-old Obeta Michael Uchechukwu from Nsukka, Enugu State and 19-year-old Usulor Emmanuel from Ezza, Ebonyi State.’

‘Soludo acknowledges the profound magnitude of this loss to the state and offers fervent prayers to the Almighty to grant both the school and the bereaved families the strength to endure this irreplaceable loss.’

‘To avert the possibility of such heartrending incidents in the future, Governor Soludo earnestly urges students to seek shelter indoors and abstain from outdoor activities once the rain begins to fall, as lightning can strike without warning.’

‘May the departed souls rest in eternal peace, and may solace find its way to the hearts of the grieving families, the Tansi International College community, and the entirety of Anambra State.’

The Eastern Updates

Most Popular

Recent Comments