The whole local area of the Claretian University of Nigeria, Nekede, in Owerri, Imo State, was tossed into a condition of misfortune as a seminarian drooped and passed on while acting in a grounds dramatization.
The episode occurred on Friday, April 15, 2022, when the perished was establishing the personality of scriptural St Peter in the ‘Energy of Christ’ dramatization.
‘Enthusiasm of Christ’ is a dramatization piece thaticts the sufferings and inevitable torturous killing of Jesus Christ.
The perished has been recognized as Suel Ambrose, a 25-year-old first-year understudy of Philosophy in the organization.
As per different reports, a portion of the understudies who saw the occurrence said the Benue state indigene unexpectedly drooped while in character and passed on the spot.
As announced by Punch, an understudy who recognized himself as Mavis said the episode made a mess in the school’s local area.
Mavis said, “He was assuming the part of the scriptural Peter in the fantasy and that cycle when Peter cut the ear of one of the troopers and Jesus fixed the ear and requested that Peter let them do their desire. You know how energetic the play is.
“So when the warriors pursue the supporters to drive them from Jesus, the young fellow fell on the floor and began dying. We took him to our school clinic and the specialists gave their all however he was not answering treatment. We took him to the Federal Medical Center in Owerri where he was articulated dead.
“The dramatization was in remembrance of the demise and restoration of Jesus Christ regarding the Easter festival. He was brought into the world in 1997. He is a year one understudy and had the fantasy about turning into a cleric in the Catholic church.”
The minister responsible for Student Formation in the college, Fr Chukwuemeka Iheme, when reached by Punch, said that “the foundation would brief the general population after the “authority allows us to do as such.”
The school has since suspended movements of every sort connecting with the Easter festival in the school.