Two Students Commit Suicide Over WAEC Results
Another suicide that has left the country shaken is that of two students who allegedly committed suicide after failing the recent West African Examinations Council (WAEC) examinations.
The incident which happened in Asaba, the Delta state capital occurred after the students checked their results and found out they had failed.
Leadership reports that the students committed suicide after checking their result on the internet and discovered that it was unfavourable to them.
Sources said the victims had written the exams three times without passing their Maths and English Language, which led them to allegedly resolve to commit suicide.
They also confirmed that the students had struggled to gain admission into the University in the last few years without success.
Police sources at the “B” Division Asaba told Leadership that the students were allegedly found dead in their various rooms after a search party that was conducted.
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