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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Lagos State Civil Service Director Reportedly Commits Suicide

Oludare Buraimoh, a director with the Lagos ministry of youths, has reportedly committed suicide in his home.







According to NAN, Buraimoh took his life at about 4pm on Monday after attending to Dotun, his son, who was said to be ill.

Dotun said he discovered that his father had taken his life after he went to his room to check on him. He said he then alerted neighbours who called the police.


“We were both at home; he came to give me a drug and left me thinking he was going to retire to his room. But when I did not hear his voice, I called him, but no response came,” he said. I, thereafter, went to his room only to find him hanging from the ceiling with a traditional Aso Oke tied to his neck and a stool with which he committed the suicide. I then alerted the neighbours, who, in turn, told me to alert the police, which I did.


Buraimoh’s wife said her husband did not show any sign of depression that warranted him to take his life.


I don’t know what came over him, it is inexplicable. We have been surviving through thick and thin and now that we ought to sit down and enjoy, after all the years of toiling, he decided to take his own life. He did not show any sign of depression at the time he committed suicide. He was in high spirits; what led him to this remains a riddle.


The body of the deceased has since been deposited at the Abeokuta General Hospital, after due clearance from the police.


From The Cable

21 comments:

  1. If u know what I know,u go know say Ac no be fan...

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    1. You sound like you are in the village "remoting"? (sic)

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  3. Only him and God knows why. Rip

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  4. Ah! Ah!😳
    Now I am truly scared at the spate of suicides happening across the Nation😱

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    1. It was never a Naija thing. But times have changed...

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  5. He was undergoing depression and putting a show at home. Hmmm, hope no work ish. Lord have mercy on him.

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    1. Something definitely caused it. Something he felt no control over... maybe one day the truth will out. I suspect work ish too. May God give the family the fortitude to bear his loss. Please our religious institutions need to start emphasizing on the afterlife and the need to learn patience, forbearance and trust in God and making Heaven. Not just on money and prosperity. I will stop here.

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  6. So sad, who knows what really went wrong, may his soul RIP

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  7. Wow, this is really sad.

    Suicidal Peeps, please consider the people that love and depend on you before taking your life.

    It's not fair to them as well, you leave them with a gap in their lives and so much regret.

    The family will keep wondering how and where they failed with you.

    This is really sad.

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  8. This is not Buraimoh's picture. This person is very much alive. Saw him today!

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  9. He probably had been dealing with private pains.

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  10. So sad he died this way, rip

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  11. I am scared am getting depressed I dont want to do anything but just lie down.Don't feel like eating going to work.my heart is beating fast and after a long time of being strong I now wish the world could come to an end.I am scared I need help.I know I should be greatful to God but i have always been.But now I can't help how I feel.After so many years nothing to show for my existence.God pls forgive me but I can't help how I feel.I tried.

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    1. If there's is life my dear.......don't let the devil rob you of the glory that you carry,please pray and invest your time reading psalms(if you are a Christian)things will change trust me!!




      Its the Lagos shopper !

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  12. This reminds me of what I'm going through right now, all that comes to my mind now is leaving this world just as my hubby left me with these little kids. Who will take care of them if I leave, they look up to me for everything. Sometimes it feels like a dream, it's only God that knows how depressed I am. God please strengthen me.

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    1. Please keep trying because of your kids,there's light at the end of the tunnel my lady,prayer is the KEY!!!





      It's the Lagos shopper!

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  13. I don't know who this Oludare person is but the picture you put up isn't him. The man in the picture is still alive. Try and cross check your info before you publish next time.

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