Law school student drowns in swimming pool

Law school student drowns in swimming pool

Mr. Wariebi Abiri, son of the Chief Justice of Bayelsa State, Justice Kate Abiri, has drowned in a swimming pool in Abuja.

Wariebi(his bereaved mother pictured), a law graduate and a student of the Nigerian Law School died on Friday night.
Read also: Fresh graduate on leadership training programme in US dies

Bayelsa State governor Seriake Dickson while paying condolence visit to the Abiri family said the state government would partner the police and other relevant agencies, to unravel the real cause of Wariebi’s death.

He said, “As a Government, be rest assured that, we will stand with you shoulder to shoulder in this very challenging period, especially in working with the Police and other relevant agencies of the Government to unearth the real cause of his death.”


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