Around 50 understudies, out of the 169 who sat for the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) test, fizzled the examination.
SaharaReporters reached the police advertising officer in the state, SP. Asinim Butswat, who affirmed the occurrence however said there was no official report yet.
Ndoni Ingezi, advertising officer of the college who addressed SaharaReporters stated: “Eniweni ended his very own life after news that he was a piece of 22 understudies shortlisted to be pulled back from the school turned out.
“You realize it is a general practice that each understudy pass the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) tests before advancing to the following dimension of scholastic interest.
“Be that as it may, Ebiweni and 21 others bombed past the dimension that they could be set on scholarly probation for another scholastic year so they must be pulled back.
“So in their typical practice, they don’t break the news to the understudy until they are welcomed for directing.
“At the point when Ebiweni was directed and educated about the way that he will be pulled back from school, on that day, he acknowledged the choice of the school in great destiny and left.
“To for the University to hear a short time later that the young fellow ended his very own life.
“His body has anyway been recouped and stored at the Sabageria funeral home.”