University informed of Nigerian student's death
PETALING JAYA: Limkokwing University of Creative Technology was informed of its student Thomas Orhions Ewansiha’s death on Thursday.
Ewansiha was pursuing his PhD in Management, and was married with two children.
“We have no further information at this time. We are grateful for calm and understanding during this difficult time,” said the university.
Expressing its sympathies, the Education Ministry said it was confident that the authorities were conducting a thorough investigation into the death of the student.Read more: The Star
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