Man calls out Abuja private varsity over student’s death, petitions police


A man identified as Omolomo has called out Veritas University in Abuja over the death of one of its students, Joshua Eju-Ojo.

Omolomo stated that Eju-Ojo was initially reported by the institution to have died while playing basketball, but his body was found in a gym.


He further revealed that an autopsy showed multiple stab wounds on Eju-Ojo’s body, contradicting the university’s claim.


In a post on X on Wednesday night, Omolomo alleged that the university misled Eju-Ojo’s family about the circumstances of his death and pressured hospital staff to withhold the true cause.


He stated, “When he got to the hospital, the doctor and results found out that he was bullied because, during the autopsy, they found multiple stab wounds on his body.


“Meanwhile, his body was found indoors in a gym, but the university lied to the family and went on to threaten the hospital not to say he was bullied. The school keeps giving the parents a different story.”

Seeking justice for the late student, Omolomo called on the Nigerian Police Force to investigate the incident.

He questioned, “The school has told the parents nobody will listen to them and nothing will happen. Will you allow this to happen? @PoliceNG, please we want justice for Joshua. Why are they trying to silence the hospital and the parents with power and influence?”


Reacting to the allegation, many Nigerians condemned the continuous bullying in schools and sought an end to it.


On, Samzy wrote, “And again! The same relative death of Sylvester Oromoni! Bully bully bully.”


A tweep, KARASCO tweeping as #sdiamond29 wrote, “This bullying thing needs to be stopped in our society.”


On, a tweep, Aunty Kemi of Ibadan/Desire lamented, “This is getting too much in Abuja. Who raised all these children?”

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