“I used to worry a lot that I would leave my kids alone while I looked for work. Sometimes I would come home with nothing, which would force me to give them water instead of food,” he added.
Ng’ang’a began to get unwell, but he had no idea what was wrong. He claimed to weigh 28 kg, and he had begun to lose his hair.
“As I was taking a bath on Sunday morning, getting ready for church, my hair tumbled into the sink. I was still unsure of what was wrong with me. I had wounds on my lower stomach, so my neighbor suggested I visit a doctor, the man added.
Antony bitterly described in the interview how he said
“This happened right in my school, Federal University Oye Ekiti. Passion unisex salon died along with her junior sister in a ghastly accident. May their souls rest in perfect peace.”
This is coming barely a week after the management of FUOYE announced the death of the then-missing year-two nursing student of the institution, Miss Modupe Deborah Atanda, who was gruesomely killed and buried in a shallow grave inside the school.
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