A Nigeria Commits Suicide In Ghana Over Hardship

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Richard Ginika Izuora

A Nigerian who in a suicide note claimed to have suffered much hardship had killed himself in Ghana.

In his suicide note, the man stated that he would like to come back to his home country even though he did not have enough funds to transport himself.

The victim allegedly committed suicide in a wooden structure where he resides at Budumburan in the Central Region of Ghana.

According to Ghanaian media, residents of the area discovered his body days after he committed suicide, leaving behind a suicide note.

A resident in the area simply referred to as Uncle Abeiku; said the deceased had informed him that he was going to rest in the wooden structure but later saw flies coming from his direction.

According to Abeiku, he thought an animal had died in the area but there was an awful smell emanating from the wooden structure.

To satisfy his curiosity, he drew the attention of others who later called the assemblyman of the area.

The door to the wooden structure was forced open only to see the man’s decomposing body.

Abeiku further mentioned that a note was seen in the room with the inscription;

“Things are hard for me.

I want to go back to my country.

There is no help.”

The Police were informed and the body has since been deposited at the morgue.

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