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UMYUK snake bite: Father of the deceased to drag university to court

UMYUK snake bite: Father of the deceased to drag university to court

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The biological Father of the snake bitten UMYUK late student Zainab Umar in person of Umar Shitu has hinted of the possibility of him taking a legal action against the management of Ummaru Musa ‘Yar’adua University over the death of his daughter.

In a chat with Dailytrust, Umar Shitu said: “My daughter is no more but I want to take legal action because I’m thinking of negligence on the part of the school. I’m presently making contacts”.

“What is more worrying was that the school management was not represented at the burial, though their Head of Department, students and friends came around,” he said.

Umar Shitu, in a chat with Daily Trust said the death of his daughter was one of the most tragic incidents in the family.

According to Umar Shittu, he was at work when he was told that she has died. He then rushed back home to meet the corpse and commenced burial preparations.

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He however said that the attestation of people and friends online and the unending visits show she was loved by many.

“The burial attendance shows the great love people have for her. A friend of the family just showed me some of her pictures on Facebook,” he added.

“My daughter is no more but I want to take legal action because I’m thinking of negligence on the part of the school. I’m presently making contacts,” he said.

“What is more worrying was that the school management was not represented at the burial, though their Head of Department, students and friends came around,” he said.

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It could be recalled that Zainab Umar, an Economics student, was bitten by a snake on Friday, October 13th around the institute’s popular small gate at about 8pm and later died on Monday October 16.

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