Disclaimer; I am hale and healthy said the lady that her video went viral reported to be mad, see the full details here(video)

 Early this afternoon, Informations reached LAUTECH REPORTER that a student of LAUTECH ran mad at Ado-ekiti seems yesterday or early this morning.It was reported from the video sent viral that she was saying some irrational things in which she mentioned that she is a LAUTECH student and she was saying all such of things that are displeasure.Immediately Lautech Reporter consulted People that might know her, luckily A student from the Department of Pure and APPLIED CHEMISTRY 300L  confirmed that she knows her that she is a student of LAUTECH and she disclosed her identify(Level and department) will like not to disclose the level and name including department.So immediately, LAUTECH REPORTER contacted her Class rep, in which he gave us full details from him; Lautech Reporter contacted The school DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS(Dr. Ige Azeem), wow!  He took an apt and quick action in which  he was able to contact her father because as Dean of Student Affairs he has all students data in his archive.”I have just spoken with her Dad now and contrary to this report, he said she was involved in an accident two days ago in Ekiti and probably was unconscious immediately after the accident. She is currently with the Dad and getting better. He also confirmed that she is in good state of mind”. Said the School DSAIn short, this is to disclaim that she is not mad but she had accident 2 days ago she is okay hail and healthy!Watch the video here

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