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Auchi Poly’s Dean found dead in office

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The Dean of Students’ Affairs, Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi in Edo State, Dr Shola Eshiobo, is dead.

A family source who craved anonymity said the lifeless body of Eshiobo was discovered in his office on Sunday morning.

The source said the wife of the deceased raised an alarm after her husband failed to return home since he left for the office on Saturday.

The source said, “He went to the office after leaving the house on Saturday afternoon. He said he was going to the office to attend to some official matters. He normally goes to the office when he has so much in his hands to do.

“At about 9pm when he was not yet back home, the wife started calling his line but he did not take the calls and didn’t call back. She tried until late, still no response.

“Early on Sunday morning, she raised an alarm and told people around that the husband went to the office on Saturday but did not return. They went to the office, they saw his vehicle at the car park, but when they got into his office, they saw his lifeless body.”

The source said although no foul play was suspected, an autopsy will be carried out to ascertain the cause of the death.

“The corpse has been deposited at the mortuary. Although we are not suspecting any foul play, for now, an autopsy will be carried out,” he added.

When contacted, the Public Relations Officer of Auchi Polytechnic, Mr Mustapha Oshiobugie, described the incident as unfortunate.

“We heard about the unfortunate incident this (Sunday) morning. The body has been taken to the morgue. An official statement will be made available on Monday,” he stated.

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