Eunice Igweike, a National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Member, has been found dead with her vital parts missing, after being kidnapped on her way to NYSC camp.
The Federal Polytechnic Oko Anabra state graduate was allegedly kidnapped by ritualists on her way to Ogun NYSC camp for the three weeks compulsory orientation course.
As of the time of making this post, deytails of the incident is still sketchy.
Friends and Colleages of Eunice has however taken Facebook to mourn the deceased.
Ike Sunday wrote: “TRIBUTE TO MY NEIGHBOR Hearing the news of your death should be included Among one of the best shocks of my life, being admitted into the HND programme at federal polytechnic oko,you personally gave me and my friend lodge of which you happens to be an occupant of the lodge as well.fortunately for me,u happens to be my neighbor,we joked together,vibes together,gosh!!!!!!!!!.I can remember the stress we went through in school before graduation.the quizzes, assignments, examinations etc.
“I can vividly remember how other of your classmates used to come to our lodge for lectures as a result of your brilliant approach to most of your departmental courses,I can remember I haven’t had any issue with you for once since we stayed together as neighbors.(something that’s very rare in this generation) And this is how you ended up. I first thought that it was a joke when I heared that you were missing,then days later I now later heared they have taken your life. Rip my hero. Farewell to u chioma.”
Chiamaka wrote: “Eunice why so soon? It’s very hard for me to say rest in peace. you’re a great scholar in my department,very brilliant. You taught me many things while in school. We go to library together. It shall never be well with the generation of all Nigerian leaders. My friend was murdered on her way to Ogun state NYSC camp. Chioma Never allow your killers to go unpunish. Obi agbawaram!!!!!!!!!!!! After all the sufferings while in school this is how Nigerian government pay you back. May the good Lord accept your soul Amen.”
Precious Ihunaya wrote:
The picture attached represents questions in the minds of many Nigerians: is the National Youth Service Corps still relevant?
At this time last year, the 2019 class of History and International Studies of the University of Uyo, Nigeria, mourned the demise of Coleman Ezurike, a vibrant young man who lost his life in an accident en route NYSC camp.
A year after, the 2011 class of Iheorji Secondary School mourn Eunice Chioma Igweike, whose picture is attached, reportedly abducted en route NYSC camp and was later found dead.
Their demise was caused by different “bullets,” one may say, but one ground factor.
With the rising insecurity and carefree attitude of the ruling class, is it okay to continue to risk the lives of thousands of Nigerians in their prime via this scheme?
Hard to say but REST IN PEACE Eunice Chioma Igweike.
May God come through for this nation.
Goci King wrote: Today is exactly a year that I lost my close friend and coursemate, Ezuruike Coleman who lost his life in a fatal accident on his way to NYSC camp. Today again, as I just log on to this blue app, I saw a news concerning the death of my secondary school classmate on chijioke’s wall. Igweike Chioma was said to have been kidnapped and killed on her way to NYSC camp. She left the house on 20-07-2022 and was declared missing just to find out she was kidnapped and killed. This is a girl that always stop me each time she saw me just to know my welfare. She would be like “Nna nda, imelagi, James nwannegi kwanu”. I saw her few days ago and we exchanged pleasantry as usual. I didn’t know that is the last day of seeing her. Since there’s no way to aid a smooth journey to our various place of assignment, FG should scrap NYSC out. This govt has indeed failed us.
I can’t believe I’ve lost another friend on July again , I can’t even type RIP again. Eunice Chioma Igweike should live nah, why would she be the one nah
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