OAU Student Who Committed Suicide Over Poor Academic Performance Had No Carryover – Faculty Management

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The OAU student, Grace Opeyemi, who committed suicide on Friday by drinking Sniper had previously attempted suicide.

According to the deceased’s coursemate, Grace attempted suicide in July but was unsuccessful.

She went on to state that Grace was rushed to the OAU Health Centre,
after her last attempt and was eventually referred to the Accident and Emergency Unit of the OAU Teaching Hospital, where she later died

Adekola Oluwasetan, another coursemate of the deceased said Grace was a poet and wrote many poems, especially on depression, adding that she
does not believe Grace killed herself due to her poor academic results

Oluwasetan added that Grace’s original course mates graduated the
last session but the latter could not after she failed 12 special
electives and five core courses.

A statement released by the class representatives of the English Department concerning Grace’s death stated that;

“The Dean, Faculty of Arts and Head of Department, English, summoned
the exam officer, the immediate past President, Faculty of Arts
Students’ Association, who happens to be the course mate of the
deceased, and the incumbent FASA President, alongside the English part
four class representatives to a meeting in the dean’s office this

“A review of her result was done and it was discovered that she
didn’t have five outstanding courses, neither did she have outstanding
12 special electives.

“She had 10 units of special electives passed already and she only
had LIT 420 (project course) yet to be approved or graded. Only her SER
result is still being verified. In fact, she carried no course over
until her demise.

“We can then deduce that the deceased, Grace Dara Opeyemi’s death is not to be attributed to poor academic performance.”.

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