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Two UNILAG Students Die In Hotel Fire (Photos)

Posted By: Miftaudeen Raji 

TWO understudies of the College of Lagos (UNILAG) have passed on in a midnight fire at a Lagos inn. 

Roli Odogwu, a 200-Level Mass Correspondence understudy, and Linda Elegeonye, a 300-Level Law understudy, passed on of consumes, days after they were caught in the inn room where they were visitors. 

Until their demise, the two understudies were occupants of Fagunwa Corridor. 

CAMPUSLIFE assembled that the couple left the grounds on Monday to go to a night occasion off-grounds. When it occurred to them that they couldn't come back to the grounds late in the night, they allegedly stopped in the lodging to pass the night. 

The late Roli's companion, who did not have any desire to be named, said she addressed her mom to illuminate her of her choice to pass the night in the inn. 

It was assembled that the casualties were snoozing when the inferno began from a defective ventilation system. CAMPUSLIFE learnt that the casualties were caught for a few minutes before they were protected from the room. They managed severe singeing. They were hurried to Gbagada General Doctor's facility. 

Last Saturday, Roli passed on at 4am and was covered at Atan Burial ground in Yaba. On Sunday, news broke that Linda, who had been in extreme lethargies for six days, had additionally kicked the bucket. 

A companion, who argued for secrecy, said she was educated in regards to the episode by a policeman who got the late Roli's approach Tuesday. 

She stated: "The policeman disclosed to me that the proprietor of the telephone (Roli) and her companion were engaged with a fire mishap and they were oblivious. I was advised they had been moved to Injury and Consumes Unit of the Gbagada General Healing center. I educated different companions and we went to the healing center. When we arrived, we were not permitted to see them instantly. Three hours after, we were permitted in with their folks and other relatives. 

"Roli was cognizant and reacting to treatment, yet Linda was still in a state of extreme lethargy. The consumes were extreme and we trusted both could make it. We are profoundly harmed by their passing."
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