Uniuyo mourns first class graduate who died in Zamfara NYSC camp

The faculty of Engineering students, University of Uyo Friday held a procession in honour of Ukeme Asuquo Monday who died during the ongoing NYSC Orientation exercise at Zamfara State.

Ukeme Monday was a first class graduate and overall best graduating student of the university of Uyo in the 2010 matriculating set. Later in the day, the students in the company of the Special Assistant to the Akwa Ibom State Governor on students matters Miss Otobong Aquila visited the diseased compound at Etinan, Akwa Ibom State.

The Special Assistant to the Governor on Students Affairs was accompanied by the President Faculty of Engineering Comrade Bassey Bassey Friday and other student leaders and friends of the departed brother Uk Engine as he was fondly called.
When the guests were about to depart, Ukeme’s Grandmother and his Mother said:

Grandmother:
“Ukeme You promised that you will bring students to my burial and that the compound will not be enough to contain guest and well wishers. Oh Ukeme, I won’t be able to stay alive and see you lowered six feet below the ground. Ooooooo dead I was the one that was supposed to die”.

Mother:
“Ukeme you promised me that when you return from NYSC that you will take total care of me and take me to the best hospital for treatment. Hmmmmmm i know you are not the one they are talking about. You’re not dead you only went for service I’m expecting you when your service year is over”.

His mother told guests who came to mourn with them to greet Ukeme and also inform him that the mother is expecting him back Home sound and healthy.

Ukeme had promised his mother that he would renovate their house as soon as he completed his studies.

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4 Comments

  1. What a big lost is this, though is only God Almighty that knows the best and we can’t question him but Ukeme, you gone so soon am so sorry to the family you left in pain and pray that may the good Lord continue to strengthen and also console the because the lost is too much “”””may you rest in peace””””

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