Simon Godwin Idoko, the young man, who graduated with First class degree in pure and applied Chemistry from the Usmanu Danfodiyo university, Sokoto country is useless.
Daily post gather that Idoko died on Monday at the age of 29 few days after completing his NYSC.
Idoko became attached to the Godfrey Okoye university, Enugu state, wherein he served as his vicinity of number one assignment (PPA) inside the Chemistry branch as graduate assistant.
The real motive of his death continues to be sketchy in the meanwhile, however assets stated his burial is ongoing in his home town , Udaburu Owukpa in Ogbadibo LGA of Benue kingdom.
Speaking at the development, Mr. Emmanuel Odoh, chairman, Udaburu development Association, Home branch said the young chemist died Monday morning in Okpokwu LGA after a quick disorder.
“yes, he died this morning. He’s approximately to be buried as we talk,” he stated amid tears.
Meanwhile, his friends and associates have flooded his facebook wall with condolences messages.
His youth buddy and kinsman, Ameh Godwin, stated he has been sick for days now, but did no longer deliver details of the real sickness.
He wrote, “Ogbee! This sounds unbelievable and heartbreaking. You made us proud by way of graduating with first-class after writing UTME (JAMB) six times, today, you’ve got been snatched via the cold fingers of dying in a mysterious manner.
“We spoke few days ago and also you promised you had been going to be great. What happened? Is this the ‘nice’ you assured me? That is sad. What a depraved world.
In April 2018, the Nigerian mediasphere actually went up in flame with the story of the younger, resilient and resolute achiever.
Idoko, a local of Udaburu Owukpa, Ogbadibo LGA of Benue state, said his dream of becoming a scientific physician or pharmacist turned into annoyed after sitting for UTME for 5 times with out success.
Still not discouraged, Godwin determined to use for a unique technological know-how-associated route and become presented to observe applied Chemistry at the Usmanu Danfodiyo university, Sokoto where he graduated with a first-class, garnering a complete of 4.Seventy five CGPA.