Recently, Legit.ng reported the death of a UNN student identified as Chukwuemeka Akachi who committed suicide after battling a mental illness for a long time. It would seem his passing away has had a ripple effect on others. Only recently, another female undergraduate in the same institution conveyed her intention to take her life through scary posts on Facebook.
What is more, this particular UNN student named Nnemelu Shalon on Facebook has been declared missing. Members of her department - Library and Information Science - are frantically looking for her.
Prior to her going missing, Shalon who is an 100-level student of the university in Nsukka had been posting strange poems and quotes on her Facebook page. Most of what she wrote were clear indications that she intended to take her life.
Even more, on May 15, 2019, she dumped her previous profile picture and started using the same photo serving as the profile image on Chukwuemeka Akachi's page. All these are coming just a few months after Shalon celebrated her matriculation.
See the profile picture and posts below:
Following all of these posts and creepy photo posted by Shalon, many Nigerians have expressed anxiety over her safety. Some have tried to dissuade her from her intentions by coommenting on her posts.
See some of the reactions below:
Now that Shalon is missing, a lot more have been thrown in panic mode and a social media campaign with the hashtag #HelpSaveShalon has been started with the hope that the young lady will be found alive and well.
There is an unconfirmed report that Shalon has been found. It has been reported by some social media users that she is hale and hearty at the moment.
Recently, a lady named Theodora Chinenye Godwin had also been affected by Akachi's death. On his Facebook page, she left a comment which hinted that she wanted to take her life as well. This was followed by a suicide note which she posted on her own wall.
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