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300-level Varsity Student Dies in Tragic Fall While Doing Carpentry Work(Photos)

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Moses Simon Gajok, a 300-level Microbiology student at Plateau State University (PLASU) Bokkos, died after falling from a building under construction.

According to reports, the 28-year-old student worked as a carpenter until his death.

At the time of reporting this report, details of the occurrence were vague, however it was learned that he fell from the top story of the building while working.

He will be laid to rest on Tuesday, April 25, 2023, at his family homestead in Dahwol Loh Chak, Kuru in Plateau State’s Jos South Local Government Area.

The SUG President of the institution, Comrade Peter Arin Kaze, confirmed the incident in a statement on Friday, April 21, 2023.

“I want to use this medium to condole with the family of late Mr. Moses Simon, Indeed PLASITES and the family have lost a hero and will forever miss you. May God almighty forgive you your sins. May the host of angels receive your soul. May his light be with you. And above all may your soul continue to rest in peace with the Lord. Amen. Plasites are still in shock and will miss you,” the statement read.

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