Controversy trails death of NECO Registrar

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There is controversy over the cause of the death of the registrar of the National Examination Council (NECO) Professor Godswill Obioma .

Several news portals on Tuesday, quoting Peoples Gazette, reported that Obioma was assassinated on Monday night.

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Obioma, a professor of educational measurement and evaluation, has just returned to Minna from a trip to Abuja when he died.

“The assassins came in and killed him and left without taking anything,” Obioma’s wife Elizabeth reportedly told Peoples Gazette on phone on Tuesday.

But his son Prince Godswill Obioma said the late NECO boss died after a brief illness.

“We request that you kindly notify the Board, Management and the entire staff of the Council of this development,” the younger Obioma said in a message to Mustapha K. Abdul, NECO’s director of human resources.

Abdul thereafter issued a circular on the death of the Registrar.

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