FUTO Female Student Who Slept With 3 Male Undergraduates Is Dead

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FUTO FEMALE STUDENT
Miss Onyinyechi Okafor.

FUTO Female Student Who Slept With 3 Male Undergraduates Is Dead The only female victim among the four students who engaged in drunken, Tramadol-fueled group sex, has died. Recall earlier reports indicate that the indiscriminate sexual activity took place at the Sunshine Castle Hostel, Ihiagwa, Owerri, Imo State, involving the lady identified as Onyinyechi Okafor, and three other male students of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri. Her male accomplices, who all died before her, were Ugochukwu Kingsley, Richard and Aka Uche. Onyinyechi Okafor was identified as a student at the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri, also in Imo State. The victims had died after allegedly taking Tramadol tablets and Indian hemp before embarking on the group sex. Miss Okafor was buried on Thursday at her hometown in Ihiala, Anambra State, according to Punch Newspaper reports. According to a source, “The female victim, Onyinyechi Okafor, has been buried. She was buried on Thursday in Ihiala, Anambra State. She was HND 1 student of Pharmaceutical Technology.” READ ALSO! More Nigerians Now Living In Extreme Poverty — International Labour Congress READ ALSO! 10million More Nigerians Have Been Lifted From Poverty Under Buhari — Presidency Says READ ALSO! Buhari Reacts To Boko Haram’s Threat To Kill Leah Sharibu READ ALSO! More Nigerians Getting Killed, Getting Poorer, Hungrier Under Buhari’s Incompetent Regime — PDP READ ALSO! More Nigerians Have Been Murdered In Attacks Since January More Than Entire 2017 — Amnesty International READ ALSO! 10million More Nigerians Have Been Lifted From Poverty Under Buhari — Presidency Says READ ALSO! More Nigerians Travelling Out Due To Economic Hardship, Over 500,000 Since 2016 READ ALSO! The Smart CEO: Top 5 Websites To Get Cheap Domain Name Registration READ ALSO! More Nigerians In Kano, Katsina Now Using Hard Drugs — Group Says READ ALSO! More Nigerians Dying Hourly From Tuberculosis, 18 Every Hour — WHO]]>