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BREAKING: Two UNIOSUN final year students involved in a Ghastly accident, One dead the other's still receiving medical attention [Details]

A sad news spread fast across social media platforms of Osun State University students on Thursday May 28th evening as they took out time to mourn the death of their colleague.

Reports got to us at A2SATSBLOG on how two students of the institution were involved in a Ghastly accident which claimed the life of one and sent the other to comma.

Miss Ajayi Joy Oluwapelumi, a final year student of the institution studying Sociology and Criminology at the second biggest campus of the multi campus institution situated at Okuku was left in the cold hands of death following the accident.

"She was so social, diligent, industrious, caring, and friendly. Very talented and jovial, her death was a huge loss to bear" TATAFO NG disclosed to A2B Correspondent on Saturday morning.

Joy was said to have departed Osogbo for Lagos on Thursday boarding the same Bus with a fellow student of the institution known as Taiwo.

The incidence however occurred at the osogbo-ibadan expressway when their Bus suddenly stumbled, left the road track and rammed into the bush.

Joy lost her life immediately while Taiwo was said to have been left in Comma for few hours following the incident.

"They were traveling to Lagos from Osogbo, but their motor tumbled and rammed into the bush." The source disclosed.

The good news on the state of health of the other Lady, Taiwo got to us at A2B on Friday morning which stated that she has returned from Comma and she's currently responding to treatments at the Hospital.

"The other lady just returned from coma" The source conveyed onto us.

We all at A2B pray Taiwo gets well soon.

May the gentle soul of Joy Oluwapelumi rest in perfect peace and we pray God gives her family the fortitude to bear her loss.

More details shortly.


  1. May her soul rest in perfect peace

  2. May her soul rest in peace, and may the other girl be healed by God's grace.

  3. May her soul rest in peace