Corps member commits suicide in Kogi, leaves behind emotional note

Corps member commits suicide in Kogi, leaves behind emotional note

A corps member from Kogi state, Bolufemi Princess Motunrayo, has committed suicide. She was reported to have died after drinking two bottles of sniper, a dangerous insecticide.

The lady, who hailed from Ijumu in Kogi state, was also a graduate of Banking and Finance from Prince Abubakar Audu University, Anyigba, Daily Trust reports.

She was said to have committed suicide on Friday, January 10, leaving behind a suicide note, saying “life is not worth Living”.

In her note, she said that life is not worth living. Photo credit: Daily Trust
In her note, she said that life is not worth living. Photo credit: Daily Trust
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The suicide note she left behind read: “I did this because I see nothing worth living. 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 Iove you guys”.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Harry, an eight-year-old boy, penned an emotional letter to his deceased mother. As a way to let out his gril, his counsellor asked him to write a letter.

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In the letter, he wrote: "I will never be happy Harry again”, adding that he would eat his broccoli and clean his room if she comes back.

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The letter which went viral was seen in Netherton, West Midlands. On the envelope of the letter, the reason for the action was made clear.

It read: “I was asked to write a letter to someone I care about in 2019. I wanted to write to my mum but she died in March. Maybe it will find its way to heaven.”

It should be noted that Kerrie, the boy’s mom, was 34 years old when she had a stroke and died in March, 2019. Since her death, the young boy has been having a strong issue express how he feels.

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