Popular seminarian collapses, dies while dramatizing Jesus Christ’s death

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Popular seminarian collapses, dies while dramatizing Jesus Christ's death

Popular Seminarian Slumped And Died While dramatizing the death of Jesus Christ

A seminarian slumped and died while performing the Easter Passion Play at the Claratian Institute of Philosophy, of the Claratian University of Nigeria (CUN) Nekede, in Owerri, on Saturday.

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The Easter Passion Play is a depiction of Jesus Christ’s suffering and crucifixion.

Suel Ambrose, a 25-year-old first-year Philosophy student, was identified as the victim.

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According to students who spoke to reporters at the school, the deceased, who was from Benue State, was playing the role of St Peter when he collapsed.

The incident, according to one of the students, who identified himself as Mavis, threw the entire school community into disarray.

The deceased, according to Mavis, collapsed on the floor and began bleeding.

He went on to say that when first aid failed to revive him, he was rushed to the Federal Medical Center in Owerri, where he died.

All activities related to the school’s Easter celebrations were halted as a result of the incident.

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Fr Chukwuemeka Iheme, the university’s priest in charge of student formation, confirmed the incident but said he could “only speak further when authorised to do so.”

According to a local resident named Charles, this is the second time a student has died in similar circumstances.

He claimed that a student had died before while participating in a jugging exercise.

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