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A Facebook User Made This Conclusion On The Enugu Corper Who Committed Suicide (Pix)

Published by Nairaland on Thu, 16 Jan 2020

A Facebook User Made This Conclusion On The Enugu Corper Who Committed Suicide<br><br>I think He has a point<br> <br><blockquote><b>Police investigate corps members suicide in Enugu</b><br><br>The Enugu State police command says it has commenced investigations into the alleged suicide of a serving National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member in the state. Bolufemi Princess Motunrayo, a corps member serving in Girls Secondary School, Ibagwa-Aka, Igbo-Eze South local government area of the state, took her life on Friday.<br><br>The beautiful ladya Batch C corps memberwho hailed from Ijumu local government area of Kogi State, was reported to have taken a substance suspected to be a sniper.<br><br>Before her death, the deceased had left a note informing her parents why she decided to commit suicide. I did this because I see nothing worth living, she wrote. Mummy, I love you. Daddy I love you. Matthew and John, you guys should take care. We will meet where we will depart no more. I love you guys.<br><br>Motunrayo was a graduate of Prince Abubakar Audu Universitybetter known as Kogi State Universitywhere she studied Banking and Finance.<br><br>Ebere Amaraizu, the state police command spokesman, who confirmed the corps members death, described the incident as unfortunate. He, however, told newsmen on Saturday evening that the command has commenced investigations into the tragedy.<br><br>Yes, police have gotten a report of one Miss Bolufemi Motunrayo, a Batch C youth corps member serving in Girls Secondary School, Ibagwa-Aka who committed suicide. It is unfortunate. Police have already commenced investigations on circumstances surrounding her death which happened on Friday, January 10.<br><br>A family member, Funke Ajayi, who confirmed the development to newsmen, said everyone is in deep shock. According to her, the deceased has never shown any sign of depression in the past, neither were their indications of despair lately. She said the late Princess was her usual cheerful self a day before the incident.<br><br>Some of her friends have also besieged the social media handles of the deceased, who kept a vibrant and active profile on Facebook and Instagram, to express their shock and send their condolences. <b>Many of her friends also implored the police to step up its investigation as they claim the suicide note, written in all capital letters was suspect and didnt reflect the deceaseds style of writing and handwriting.<br><br>One of them wrote: This issue needs thorough investigation. She always seemed happy and looked radiant. Her education was fast as well and I cant see any reason she should be afraid about life or her future, something must be fishy. More so, a lady threatened can be forced to write a suicide note in capital letters and drink not just one Sniper, but two when it is not a soft drink.<br></b></blockquote><a href="https://m.guardian.ng/news/police-investigate-corps-members-suicide-in-enugu-rescue-unn-student-from-hanging-self/">https://m.guardian.ng/news/police-investigate-corps-members-suicide-in-enugu-rescue-unn-student-from-hanging-self/</a>
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