The sexual activity took place at the Sunshine Castle Hostel, Owerri in Imo state, involving the lady identified as Onyinyechi Okafor, and three other male students of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO).
Okafor was identified as a student of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri, also in Imo State.
The victims had all died after allegedly taking Tramadol tablets and Indian hemp before embarking on the group sex.
Miss Okafor was buried on Thursday at her hometown in Ihiala, Anambra state, even as some students made it known that her course mates were barred from attending the funeral ceremony.
The institution’s management barred the fellow course mates from attending her burial.
The Rector of the institution, Micheal Arimanwa, according to a source, threatened that any student of the school who attends the burial would be scolded. He was said to have been angered by the shameful circumstance leading to the death of the victim.
“The management warned that any student who attends the burial would be sanctioned. That was why every student stayed away from the burial,” the source stated.
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