Two Young Nigerian Students Drown in Malaysia

Two Young Nigerian Students Drown in Malaysia

A sad incident has claimed the lives of two young Nigerian students in Malaysia who drowned after a boat mishap.














The Nigerian students died after a boat mishap
A great tragedy has taken the lives of two Nigerian students in Malaysia identified as Amate Mohamed Amate, 26, and Emine-Imoh Daniel, 23, both students at the Curtin University Malaysia.
The duo died after they drowned following a boat mishap on Sunday. The bodies of the Nigerians were reported missing when their boat, carrying seven people, capsized while on a research trip.











However, five people survived the mishap. Three students and the boat operator and a tour guide, managed to swim to safety.
According to the Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department Director, Nor Hisham Mohammad, the body of Amate Mohamed Amate, was found about 50m from where the boat had capsized at 12.45pm while that of Emine-Imoh Daniel, was found about 30m from where the boat had capsized at 5.15pm.
Their bodies have been deposited at the Miri Hospital for post-mortem.















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