Seven Young Lives Lost in Bayelsa Music Studio Tragedy

A devastating incident has occurred in Bayelsa State, Nigeria, where seven people, including a studio owner and students from the Niger Delta University, lost their lives in a music studio on Tuesday morning. The victims, who were reportedly working late into the night, were found dead due to suspected carbon monoxide poisoning from a generator.

According to eyewitnesses, the studio owner, Akpos Barakubo, and the victims were working on a music project when they fell asleep with the generator still running. The police were called to the scene, and the area has been cordoned off for investigation.

The police spokesperson, Musa Muhammed, confirmed that investigations are ongoing, but suspect carbon monoxide poisoning as the likely cause of death. This tragic incident highlights the dangers of generator use in Nigeria, where many rely on backup generators due to inadequate power supply.

The community is in shock, and the families of the victims are grieving. This incident serves as a reminder of the need for a reliable power supply and the importance of safety measures to prevent such tragedies.

Our thoughts are with the families and loved ones of the victims. May they find comfort and strength during this difficult time.

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