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Breaking: Teacher Reportedly Dies After Fight With An SSS3 Student In Delta

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Michael Ogbeife is said to be a student of Erhimu Secondary School, Abraka, Delta State, who on Thursday had a fight with a teacher, Joseph Ossai, which resulted to his death.

The late teacher was in charge of Agricultural Science and Biology in the said school until his demise.

According to Oasis Magazine, the SS3 student is said to have fought with the teacher after he (Ossai) flogged his younger sister, Promise Ogbeife who was involved in a dispute with her classmate.

Sources from the school stated that Michael angrily left the school’s premises after his sister was flogged, returned and walked straight to the staff room for a fight with the teacher.

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Some sources alleged that the suspect went home to get a charm for the fight.

Ossai is said to have collapsed after serious punches from the student that left him with a bleeding nose and blood gushing out of his mouth.

He was rushed to a private hospital in the community and then to the government hospital where he was confirmed dead.

Shortly, while reacting to the unfortunate incidence, the school’s proprietor, Mr. Erhimu, said he was yet to get the full details on the matter, as he was not around when the ugly incidence happened.

He said, “I was not in school when the incidence happened,” adding that more details will be available from Monday, just as he directed that the school be shut till Monday.

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On the news in town that he may be involved in some suspicious activities resulting in frequent deaths in his school in recent times, he said: “Whatsoever anybody will say about me I don’t care. This is a school I have been running for 35 years. If a tragedy happened like this, I don’t care what they say….that someone will start reading meaning to it.”

“God Almighty that I serve will punish such persons that want to blackmail me except I have a hand in these deaths,” he added.

According to him, he was at the police station yesterday and will return back today.

When contacted, while confirming the incidence, the police spokesman in the state, DSP Bight Edafe, said that the suspect is on the run.

“Suspect is nowhere to be found for now but sister is in protective custody”, he added.

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Story Source: Oasis Magazine

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