Three men have died after having a foursome with a female student at a hostel, according to a report from the British publication, The Sun.
The group are understood to have taken a mixture of tramadol, codeine, vodka and Indian hemp during the orgy at Sunshine Lodge in Imo, Nigeria.
Two of the men, students named as Ugochukwu Kingsley and Aka Uche, were found dead inside the hostel room on Tuesday. The third man, who has been named locally only as Richard, was taken to hospital in a critical condition and has since died. The woman is currently in a stable condition at the Federal Medical Centre in Owerri.
Reports claim all four of the group were found naked and one had a piece of soap in his hand.The room was covered with bottles of codeine, packets of painkiller tramadol, India hemp and vodka and other drugs.
The state commissioner of police Rabiu Ladodo said:
I can confirm that a third student is dead.
He died in the hospital where he was admitted. His death has increased to three the number of persons who died from the incident.
The girl among them is alive and I learnt that her condition is stable."
A spokesperson for the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State (FUTO) Uche Nwelue, confirmed that the deaths to the online publication, PunchNg saying,
I can now confirm to you that all the three boys, who took part in the alleged sex incident after an alleged drug overdose, were students of the university.
The only female among them is not our student; she is from the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede. That is the true situation of things as it concerns the studentship of the victims.
…The incident happened outside of the campus of the university. We do not have control over their lifestyle outside the campus. Moreover, the school has rules and regulations guarding every student here.
If any of them breaks it, we will punish him/her once he/she comes back to school. But beyond this, parents should watch their children and encourage them to live in hostels on the campus. It will make them to be more serious and dedicated to their studies.