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Babcock University student reportedly runs mad following heartbreak



500 level student of accounting reportedly tore his cloth and that of his ‘crush’, and ran naked to the female hostel in the school

Tragedy struck yesterday in Babcock University, as a 500 level student of accounting whose name was not given, reportedly did the unexpected following a heartbreak.

According to a social media user who shared the story, the Babcock University student who proposed to a lady, but got turned down, tore his cloth and that of his ‘crush’, and ran naked to the female hostel in the school, professing his love for the girl who broke his heart.

Here’s the story below;

Recall that in 2017, Air Craftsman Kalu Bernard was found guilty by a 10-man Nigeria Air Force (NAF) General Court Martial over the killing of his girl friend and colleague, Solape Oladipupo, has sentenced him to death by hanging.

Jealous Bernard, 21, had shot and killed Solape when he allegedly caught her in the arms of another man at the Air Force Base, Makurdi on March 12, 2017.

Military sources indicated that Bernard, after shooting his double-dating girlfriend, was overpowered by the lover while trying to shoot him.

Flight Lt. M. A. Umoh, Judge Advocate of the court, in a 70-page narration of the case that lasted through the early hours of Wednesday, listed the eight-count charges as murder, failure to perform military duty, housebreaking and impersonation.

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Others included loss of service property, disobedience of service order and prejudice to service discipline.

“The accused has pleaded not guilty to all the charges, but the prosecution has proved its case against him beyond a reasonable doubt,” he stated.

In his judgement, President of the court, Group Capt. Elisha Bindul, who said that the accused was found guilty in six, out of the eight-count charges preferred against him, sentenced him to death by hanging.

He, however, said that the sentence was subject to the confirmation of the conveying authority.

The defence counsel, Abimiku Ewuga, had earlier prayed the court to temper justice with mercy in its sentence, especially as the accused was a first time offender and bread winner of his family.

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