400-Level University Of Nigeria Nsukka Student Commits Suicide

400-Level University Of Nigeria Nsukka Student Commits Suicide




Chukwuemeka Akachi, a 400-level student of the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, (UNN) has committed suicide.

It was gathered that the deceased carried out the suicide in the solitude of an uncompleted building  located at  Sullivan  Road, Nsukka where he allegedly slipped into coma after taking two bottles of ‘Sniper’ an insecticide.

His unconscious body was however discovered by passersby.

However, according to a source all efforts by the  passersby, who rushed him  to UNN Federal Medical Centre to revive him, turned futile as he was declared dead at the hospital.

A close friend of Akachi who preffered anonymity said Akachi posted a suicide note on his Facebook wall shortly before he committed suicide.

The suicide note reads: “Forgive me. In case you are the one who found the body, I am really sorry. It had to be someone you know.

“I have chosen Jo Nketaih’s poem as my suicide note: “They said you came looking for me. I don’t drown, I was the water,

“Where do atheists go when they die! Lol. Amen.”

Also, Akachi was said to have posted on his Facebook on May 12 that “My mental health has been on life support for a while now. Thanks to those who call. Text. Visit.

“Speak to me. May we always remember. May we never forget. You May have added a few hours, months or days to my time here. But you know life support is expensive right?

“Thank you for trying. Amen.”

A senior security personnel in UNN Security Department, who pleaded anonymity, also confirmed the incident, adding that the report was brought to them on Monday morning.

He said this was not the first time Akachi wanted to commit suicide, adding that on two occasions, he had drunk kerosene and petrol to kill himself but was rescued.

“But on Monday he drank Sniper and was rushed to UNN Medical Centre first, but was later moved to UNTH Enugu, where he was confirmed dead.

Akachi was said to be budding poet.



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