The student union of the prestigious institution, University Of Ibadan has announced the death of a 500 level student, Daouda Kaisarat, who was studying agricultural extension and rural development.
The announcement of her death was made known to the student populace through a press release from the union, and duly signed by President, General Secretary and Public Relations Officer of the union.
According to report from one of the union member that Gistsmate correspondent spoke with, he said the deceased was said to have been very sick.
Late Kaosarat has served in different positions in department, indigenous association, as well as in religious association she belongs too.
Indeed, it’s a great loss to students’ community of University of Ibadan, and Nigerian students at large. May God consoles her family, friends and student populace at large.
Rest in perfect peace, Dear Kaosarat.
UI Students’ Union press release:
UISU SPECIAL RELEASE 077
Kunle Adepeju Building, University of Ibadan.
Demise Of Kaosara Daouda
The University of Ibadan community mourns the demise of DAOUDA, Kaosarat, a 500 level student of the department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, faculty of Agriculture. The news of her death got to us in the early hours of today.
She served at various capacities in her department, indigenous association and religious association she belonged to. This is a great loss to us all.
We pray for the repose of her soul. We also pray God consoles the family, friends, colleagues she left behind.
Rest on Kaosarat 🙏
Akeju G. Olusegun
President, University of Ibadan Students’ Union
House Secretary, Students’ Union, University of Ibadan.
Oladeji Olawunmi Abiodun
Public Relations Officer, University of Ibadan Students’ Union
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May her gentle soul continue to rest in peace. May Almighty Allah grant her Alijanna Firidious. May HE grants her family, friends and we the, National Association of Oyo students University of Ibadan Chapter.
May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace