[Photos] JAMB candidate dies on her way to write exam in Calabar

A candidate of Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) 2020 examination, unfortunately lost her life while on her way to write the exam in Calabar.

The young lady identified as Aker Nguyilan died while she was on her way to write the examination around Ikot ekpene in Akwa Ibom State.

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According to reports, Aker Nguyilan was a pre-degree student of University of Calabar, and died after being involved in a bike accident.

Taking to social media to mourn her demise, Comr Akaaza Ayila Samuel wrote on Facebook;

“Miss Angel Nguyilan Aker. It’s so sad, I can’t believe that you will leave me in this UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR to day. Even when we were in physics department yesterday, you did not told me “you will live me today” Now I’m left alone with tears. It’s very touching, may your soul rest in peace with the Lord till we meet to part no more amen. (Missed you for ever).

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Miss Nguyilan Aker (from Benue State) whose photograph is shown below, is a PRE-DEGREE student of the university of Calabar Calabar, Cross River State Nigeria.

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Has kicked the bucket to day 18-03-2020. Through motorcycle accident On her way to the JAMB centre around Ikot ekpene in Akwa Ibom State.”

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