5 Kano Students Lost Their Lives on Their Way NANS Induction
Five Kano state students; four of the students from Sa’adatu Rimi College of Education Kano and one from Federal College of Education Kano, were said to be on their way to Katsina to attend the inauguration of National Association of Nigeria Students (NANS), Zone A, when their bus had an accident on Thursday, October 28.
The deceased students have been identified as Comrade Abubakar known as Last Don, Aisha, Maryam, Tahir Dalhatu and Abubakar Usman Tudun Wada.
Those who sustained injuries are currently receiving treatment at the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital (AKTH), with appeals for blood donations for them trending on the social media.
Meanwhile, it was a lecture free day at the school yesterday as the school user the day to honor the late students that lost their lives.
May God comfort their families.
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