Jarring Solomon Banga, a final year student of Taraba State University Law School, has died in a fatal car accident a month before his graduation.
It is reported that Solomon had an accident in the Gazabu village in the Bali local government area of Taraba on Saturday, November 6, and his father Ahmed Solomon and five other people died together.
The accident involved an 18-seater Hummer bus carrying people to Bessa, the regional headquarters of the Kurmi Regional Government, Taraba, to attend the funeral of a late Kum Ndola on Friday.
According to the report, the accident was caused by a tire burst that caused the vehicle to lose control and somersault many times. Six people died on the spot, and several others were injured to varying degrees.
Friends and classmates have taken their social media account to mourn Solomon
Maigida wrote ;
“I remember when we were charting and discussing about our life after graduation. You even promised to come to Gashaka with your own personal car during my wedding. Because we categorically agreed that we will hustle and gather resources before our Law School. You even told me that after graduation you will enhance your Banana and Palm Tree Plantation at Ndaforo, Kurmi LGA
“We are only left with a month to graduate. Just for me to hear that you engaged in a motor-accident and you died instantly. What a gruesome accident. What a gruesome dead. Death why, you took away a vibrant potential Counsel. A young Lawyer in the making full of intellectual momentum and colossus
“What a great lost 500 Level Students. What a great lost Faculty of Law Taraba State University! What a great lost TSU! In totur what a great lost to incoming generation. I am in dark gloom and deep depression.”
Silas wrote: May your soul rest in peace Bengha Solomon a 500 level faculty of law student, TSU Jalingo. Who lost his life yesterday as result of motor accident along mararaba Bali road, while returning to Jalingo from Baissa the headquarters of kurmi local government area. ADIEU Bengha
Boniface said: LIFE A MYSTERY Bengha Solomon that was alive this morning is no more. Oh Lord comfort the family and Smith Comp. Sec. School first set. You are this minutes, the next a great tale. Rest on my brother and good friend.iduk:
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