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“I wish you never had a reason to attend ABSU’s induction” Elder sister of dead ABSU medical student mourns as she shares her last chat with her brother killed in accident

"I wish you never had a reason to attend ABSU

The elder sister of Ebube, one of the ABSU medical students who died while returning from their senior colleagues’ induction ceremony, has spoken out.


Recall that Favour Okpanku, Ebube, and Theo, had attended the induction ceremony in Abia State University, Uturu. Afterward, they were on their way back to the Abia State University College of Medicine in Aba when the accident occurred along Okigwe Road.


Friends and colleagues have gone on Facebook to mourn all three.


Ebube’s elder sister also took to Facebook to share the last WhatsApp message she exchanged with her late brother.


"I wish you never had a reason to attend ABSU


In the caption, Ebube’s sister wrote: “Ebube m…Doc m, Shebi you know you can still come back to us right? I touched your body, it is not even cold yet.


“You ain’t looking pale either…so how come you are dead???? Dede go and reply to my message on WhatsApp o, how can you greet me on the 20th and disappear on the 21st who told you that that is how it works?


“I wish you never had a reason to attend Absu’s induction, we would not have found ourselves in this misfortune.


“Have you done what you are supposed to do for your family(dad and mum especially)? Who did you leave your position in the house for? Have I attended your induction?? Have you given me free medical treatment as your older sister?? So you want all your sufferings in Absu as a medical student to go like that abi?


“Na lie Dede you will come back and finish this thing. My eyes are about to drop to the ground and my heart is paining me bube biko nu. Do not let our enemies rejoice over our family. God!!!! I won’t lose hope till Bube is laid six feet, so until then NO RIP. #21st_march_2024 brought nothing but pain. This vacuum can never be filled.”



"I wish you never had a reason to attend ABSU




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