Obafemi Awolowo University mourns again as one of its own, Folashade Salako , best graduating student pharmacy 2019 died following injuries sustained in a fatal car accident.

Inside OAU Media further gathered that , Folashade Salako won the 2019 Shalina Young Talent Award (SYTA) where she was crowned as Nigeria’s “best Pharmacy brain” at a ceremony held at the Ibis Hotel, Lagos on April 8th. Ms. Salako beat 360 contestants from some of Nigeria’s top Universities to scoop first place in this coveted competition which has been described as the biggest hunt for the best pharmacy brain in Nigeria and also was the beat Graduating student in pharmacy 2019 .

Nigerian Twitter user, Graćii @gracii_funso blames poor management of traffic road accidents for her demise.

@gracii_funso wrote:

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If road traffic accidents were managed well, Folashade Salako best graduating student OAU Pharmacy School, winner of Shalina’s international Young Pharmacist Award wouldn’t have died this morning.

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The entire member of Inside OAU Innovation expresses our condolences to the family of the deceased . May the Lord grant the ability to bear the loss.

May the soul of all the faithful deceased, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.

Aderinsola Reporting for IOI

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