UBA Staff Commits Suicide in Lagos

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SAY NO TO SUICIDE: It is never a solution to any problem. No amount of expression of love on suicide note justifies loving those to leave behind. Share your problems as none has defied a solutionCampusaga Media.

Nobody read more meaning of his message on his facebook account on July 24, 2019. Little did friends knew he was referring to his death.

“The Light is gradually dimming out…” may have not made a lot of meaning especially to well-wishers who never pray for the death of a good friend. An enemy may have not read the real meaning of that as well.

Mr Onyechere Ibeakanma until his death is a 46years old staff of United Bank of Africa Plc, in Lagos Nigeria. The suicide not revealed by a fellow bank staff who pleaded anonymity shows he loves his family.

The touching suicide notes read:

“The best, that’s all I used to call you. Finally, this is the end of my journey here on earth. The evil I have been battling with has succeeded in quenching the flame. You married a wrong man. You’re a good woman and you deserve the best. You need to be happy. You need to soar. Please take care of our princess Chinenyenwa. Tell her that I love her so much. Be peaceable with everyone though not gonna be easy. Tell my family not to harbour any resentment against you. You’re a blessing to us. That’s is the wish of a dying man. Don’t cry for me but pray for me. I love and Chinenye so much. Good Bye My Beloved.”

Further information as to why he should take his life eliminated financial frustration as he left N16 million in his bank account. The suicide note also eliminated an unhappy marriage.

However, Uche Aguoru in a report disclosed he had strange behaviours that neither the family nor friends have taken seriously.

He took his life through Sniper on Friday, August 9, 2019. Mr Onyechere Ibeakanma is from Umuakam Afugiri in Umuahia North LGA, Abia State.