Egyptian Public Prosecution Detains Two Suspects in Al-Arish Student’s Death

Manar Eissa

The statement from the Public Prosecution disclosed the outcome of its investigation into the tragic death of a student. It revealed that the student had faced significant psychological pressure from a fellow student.

The Egyptian Public Prosecution has disclosed significant findings regarding the tragic death of a student in Al-Arish university. In an official statement released Sunday evening, the prosecution announced the completion of its investigation into the death of Nayra, a student at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Al-Arish University. The investigative process included interrogating witnesses and collaborating with security authorities to unravel the circumstances surrounding the incident.

The Prosecution’s inquiry resulted in the detention of a man and a woman, pending further investigation into their suspected involvement in the case. The individuals are accused of blackmailing Nayra El-Zoghby, the deceased student, who tragically passed away at the age of 19. It is reported that Naira, driven to despair by threats from her peers, took her own life.

However, the Public Prosecution stated that Nayra went to buy crop yields before she died and managed to obtain three of them. However, investigations are still ongoing.



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