Friends Mourn Late Corps Member Who Died In A Road Accident
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Friends Mourn Late Corps Member Who Died In A Road Accident

Austin Papi

Twelve National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members were involved in a ghastly motor accident in Kankara Local Government Area of Katsina State.

Three of the corps members died on the spot, while the others were rushed to a nearby hospital.

The wrecked vehicle
The wrecked vehicle

One of the three corps members who died on the spot was Ndem Jacinta Chineye, a graduate of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, who was serving at the High Court of Justice.

Prior to her demise, the deceased corps member posted pictures of herself on her Facebook page, with the caption:

“Never say never,

Life is a basket of surprises,

I am a living witness.

# seehowfatkatsinaismakingmelook #

# DDOS #”

Her close friends have taken to social media to mourn her. One of the mourners was Nwite Sampson, who posted a picture of the deceased with a heart-wrenching caption.

She wrote:

“My heart is heavy, my day is dark, Ndem Jacinta Chinenye is still like a dream since yesterday night when I got this sad news of your demise I lost appetite, couldn’t sleep, 2014 I met you there at Ebonyi State University, we are in the same department where your kind, serves as the masses opium, Chinenye after all this stress, assignment, quiz, exams and you defeated all these hudles in 8 Semesters and it’s now, hmm, God if it pleases you so be it but if not come to our aid because the way our youths are dying in the course of serving this country is so appalling, is there still joy in serving Nigeria for a wasted one year, is it the monthly stipend called allowee 19k, Ndem Jacinta Chinenye is this the basket of suprises you mean in your last post on Friday which you said that life has, Jacinta your song Sampson nwoke gbara aji is beating in my heart as if you are here with me, (crying…..) very difficult to say rest in peace but Jacinta, EBSU Class of 2018 is saying rest in peace, Lolo NFCS, NFCS Tansi-Nathy Chaplaincy Ishieke is saying rest in peace, Ezigbo Mmadu, rest in peace till we part to meet no more.”

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