Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Man Reads His Suicide Note And Ends His Life After He Was Allegedly Falsely Accused Of Harassment..

Advertisement

Advertisement - Mobile In-Article

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Man Reads His Suicide Note And Ends His Life After He Was Allegedly Falsely Accused Of Harassment..

A young Nigerian man recently committed suicide after he was wrongly accused of s3xual harassment and added to a “list of rapists” on Twitter.






A video has also emerged of the young man named Izuchukwu Madubueze reading his suicide note before shooting himself dead after the accusation.



The Florida-based man ended his own life after being accused of rape. This was disclosed by one of his friends, Nnamdi Anekwe-Chive, a security strategist and consultant, who said Izu took his life because he was wrongly accused.


“I just received a very troubling phone call in respect of Izu Mmadubueze. He is a relation of mine, who lived alone in Florida, USA. It has been confirmed that Izu from Umueze Anam, Anambra State, apparently committed suicide owing to false accusations of rape by this lady and her friends,” he told Newsroom.


In June, a Twitter user (@nanichianese) had published names of men whom she claimed were sexual abusers. She also claimed she was asked to compile the list for “safety purpose. I have heard some folks ask for a compounded list of abusers to avoid for safety purposes. I will add to this thread as I find out more names,” she wrote.


Izu, who was said to have been on the list, had reached out to the lady to find out whom his accuser was so he could clear his name. The curator of the list was, however, said to have refused to disclose the victim’s identity, claiming the victim would prefer to remain anonymous. After further prodding, she disclosed the harassment was not physical, but she won’t be revealing any further details.


Izu then penned a note asking her to extend his sincere apology to the victim for any form of harassment he could have put her through “though he was still shocked at the accusation.”


Izu would later take his life. His last tweet on July 17, read: “Oh and if you’re reading this, I’m dead lol.”The curator of the said list has since deactivated her account amid reports that she had made advances at Izu in the past but was rejected.


In the video he made addressing the harassment allegations before ending his life, he said, "In the last couple of weeks, I have seen the tweets. I have heard from several people, I've also seen some people who I expected a lot more from subtweeting me and I wasn't ever given a fair chance to clear my name or explain my side of the story or verify whether any of the allegations against me were true or not.

68 comments:

  1. Oh my God! If this is a false accusation; she has to do the time..What nonsense..This is how they make mockry of real rape survivors..Haa 😑😑😑😑😑

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. So what are we going to do to balance out false accusers and justice for true victims? Pls if you are raped, no need, dedicate what's left of your life to send your assailant to his grave. Not to jail o, grave. Just zip your mouth if your are unable to castrate him during the act. Take your precious time and find a way to kill him.

      Because with stories like this, the credibility of any accuser/victim is worth a dead rat. You are on your own!

      Delete
  2. Mehnn Stella its a very sad Story.

    It just shows that everyone has a battle he/she's fighting, we should be kind with our words and actions, you never know what you would say or do that would just be the breaking point for that person.

    Now the lady has deactivated her account and gone into hiding.

    Rest in peace Izu.

    ReplyDelete
  3. This is why we should careful when we make some allegations and false claims... The way some people process stuff is different...

    Now, this has caused a life.. Depression is real...

    ReplyDelete
  4. Which one is sexual harassment not being physical again 🀨🀨. False rape accusers need to be called to book, it is really painful when one is falsely accused.

    The man is probably innocent and couldn't take the shame

    ReplyDelete
  5. Just like that! Was he looking for opportunity to kill himself? That he was accused and never given chance to clear his name should not be an excuse to take his own life. Even the abuse was not physical. Not typing rip to this one.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You have no idea, what that false accusation has cost him.

      Delete
    2. He wasn't okay mentally Jare.

      The accusation broke him

      Delete
    3. Hmm!
      May you not be a victim of false accusations especially when it's the type that's strong enough to damage all that makes you who you are as a person.

      Delete
    4. Oh dear, I wish he didn't take his life. May that hopeless accuser never know peace.

      Delete
    5. Well said Chisom.

      Delete
  6. This one must have some mental issues. The twitter post just triggered it the wrong way. May his soul rest in peace

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes he had mental issues 2 years ago. He said it in the video. This accusation just triggered it more.

      Delete
  7. I watched the video on Twitter yesterday,so so sad!rip izu

    ReplyDelete
  8. I hate false accusation... Parents train your children well. Teach them to learn how to accept rejection. This applies to both men and women.

    Many Nigerian men and women don't know how to accept and handle rejection.

    I read another story of how a female top managing director almost ruined the life of one of her colleagues all because the guy rejected her.

    Don't go calling people out on social media just because you're bittered and vindictive.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Your conclusion that 'many Nigerian men and women don't know how to.....; is wrong. Where did you get that data. It is not a locality or environmental thing so why localise it. It is a general problem with humans and has nothing to do with being a Nigerian abeg.

      Delete
    2. @Anon 16:28 Ms A is 'ABSOLUTELY RIGHT'

      Delete
    3. I don't get why she always have to type "many Nigerian".

      Delete
    4. 16:28 Ms A did not exaggerate.
      Laws are either absent, silent or not enforceable on a lot of issues in Nigeria. That's why a lot of abuse go unreported/under-reported and unpunished.

      A lot of abuse go on in the corporate world in Nigeria, especially verbal abuse that can drive one into depression. These bosses will not try this in US or Europe.

      It's just that you don't try such rubbish with me. Time and again, I've put my supervisors in their place right from my entry level.

      There is nobody I've worked with that can oppress or abuse me. I put you in your place like I did to the head of my department yesterday.

      Delete
    5. @ Anon come chop knockπŸ‘Š I am Leo, We stand up for ourselves and don't ask for any one opinion. Deal with it right there and face the consequences later.

      My department knows that too, not even racist comments. You are finish.

      Delete
  9. I suggest for a stiff penalty to be handed to false accusers of rape..Some peeps are too emotional and don't like being dragged to the mud for a crime they no not.

    ReplyDelete
  10. There should be a penalty for false accusations of rape. I recommend 7 year’s imprisonment witha fine of 450,000 thousand naira(with canning)

    ReplyDelete
  11. Chai, this is pathetic honestly. People should be given a chance to explain themselves.

    ReplyDelete
  12. In as much as false accusations are very wrong, and some people aren't as strong as they seem on the outside but to killing himself instead of defeating himself, that to me is cowardice. And why did the auntie delete her account? Blood sucking demons parading themselves on Twitter.

    May his soul rest on.

    ReplyDelete
  13. There should be a serious punishment for false accusation of rape.

    ReplyDelete
  14. This is so heartbreaking REST in peace IzuπŸ‘©‍πŸ‘©‍πŸ‘§‍πŸ‘¦πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­

    ReplyDelete
  15. Oh my heart weeps for the young man, imagine the pains and humiliation he had gone through, before making that decision of taking his own life, I actually watched the video, and it's sad indeed.

    ReplyDelete
  16. I felt so sad watching the video yesterday, i just saw a sad little boy. How i wished his parents knew wat he was going thru and stopped him from taking this step.
    The girl dat started this will know no peace ; whats d meaning of d harrasement wasnt physical? so it was emotional and u had to label d boy a sexual predator. Knowing such thinks aint taken likely abroad. Once ur labelled a sexual predator ur blacklisted for life.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Whoever the lady is, she should be fished out by the authorities and severely dealt with, so other mischievous ones like her can learn. Omo radarada.

    But that isn't enough reason to commit suicide na. Suicide is not the solution pls!!! If you are reading this and you are contemplating suicide,pls do not do it!!!! Get help get help!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. 15:05 you are right. The accuser should be traced and made to face the full weight of the Law if she wrongly accused Izu.

      Accusation of Sexual harassment stigmatizes and haunts a person for life in the Western world.
      Even when found innocent some warped minds still see the person as a sexual predator.

      I wish the young man did not take his life.✝️ πŸ™

      Delete
  18. It is sad the young man had to take his own life. We all react to situations differently. Suicide surely shouldn't have been the way out. Maybe he was battling with some other issues and felt taking his life will be an easy way out. Aunty list compiler se you see yourself?
    SDK, I have missed commenting, I have been ill.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Sorry Bella.Hope you better now.Welcome back

      Delete
  19. So sad, he shouldn't have killed himself. If the accusation affected him so badly he should have gone for counseling

    ReplyDelete
  20. This is so sad, these false accusers of rape have made people not to take the serious ones serious.

    ReplyDelete
  21. Women!!
    Why are most of you more problematic than the word PROBLEM itself?? You shamelessly asked a man out, he refused. Probably because you were too Slutty, dirty and disgusting for his liking and you shamelessly resulted to accusing him of raping you. Who rapes a smelly wore bikonu??
    This is such a heart wrenching newsπŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ˜’πŸ˜’.
    May the girl's brothers be wrongfully accused of rape too, Amen.
    Of course she'd be apprehended and made to spend the rest of her rotten life in jail, (There she'd meet monsters that'd thoroughly mess her up) Amen.

    Such a young handsome man??
    The devil in disguise of a female knew how rape cases were taken over there yet she went ahead to accuse an innocent man, May she live in perpetual agony for the rest of her life.

    ReplyDelete
  22. This is heartbreaking 😒😒😒😒

    ReplyDelete
  23. So sad.....
    I know someone that was wrongly accused of sexual harassment in his office just because of she saw him as a competition.

    They just sacked him without hearing from him, the owner of the company refused to hear his side of the story. It's a multinational company and the girl is an Indian. Rumors were going round that she was dating a top member of the company so she took advantage of that.

    Those that knew it was a false accusation couldn't talk because of losin their jobs also.
    Infact they threathened some people to just shut up.

    He's still depressed about the whole thing and it's been over two years this happened. And he has not been able to get another job.

    Sometimes I see somethings he writes down and I get really scared. I don't know what to do anymore. We can't afford a therapist for him right now.
    Sometimes I feel that job was a curse to us because every thing happened so fast.

    This is a man that just wants to work and take care of his family but they took everything from him. I have been praying to God to vindicate him since then but nothing has happened.
    Sometimes we just sit and cry because of the pains is just too much to bear.

    Yes he's my husband

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ’”.
      So sorry dear queen, Your hubby and you must be emotionally messed up, sorry dear.
      His colleagues that knew it was a set up and a lie failed him, The manager or whoever that sacked him without a thorough investigation failed him. Please always check and monitor him, it's well with you guys, πŸ’πŸ’.

      Delete
    2. Jeez.
      ma’am, I’m sorry.
      Please believe your husband would be vindicated.
      All the best to your family.
      ♥️.

      Delete
    3. So sorry dear. I pray your husband is vindicated and the lord replaces all that he has lost, amen.

      Delete
    4. Awww AmyViv, don't worry your husband will be vindicated. Please be there for him and there are free counseling unit search on line. Be rest assured a good job will come his way. Stay strong and remain blessed.

      Lovelace

      Delete
    5. Remember Joseph in the bible? He was also falsely accused and even went to prison for over 13 years. Reassure your husband that he will get a better job. Both of you should keep crying to God morning, noon and night and tell him you will not let go until a very positive change comes. As for that she devil leave her to God. She will be punished beyond your expectations.

      Delete
    6. This is so sad, God will vindicate your husband and give him a far better opportunity.

      Delete
    7. @Amyviv - May God of mercy and compassion vindicate your husband and uplift him like he did Joseph.

      Joseph was just a teenager who dealt with a lot of unfair life issues - lost his mom, sold into slavery by his brothers - yet he overcame by unwavering faith in God Almighty.

      Joseph did not even have the comfort of his loving father through his 13 years of fiery trials and humiliation in Egypt.

      Please, you and your husband should hold firmly unto God. Claim the victory of Christ daily and thank him. πŸ’žπŸ€—πŸ€—

      Delete
    8. May God's mercies and blessings locate your husband and you in Jesus name. May you get double for your troubles too.

      Delete
    9. Madam, be reassured that God will definitely vindicate your husband no matter how long it takes...

      All the years he lost will be fully compensated... Don't give up...

      Very very soon he will rejoice...

      Delete
    10. He will be vindicated, it may just take some tine

      Delete
    11. 3Amigos Bread @6 Okesalu St, Ikotun. 0813851632829 July 2020 at 01:27

      Your story was so sad @ AmyViv. May God come through for you and your husband, Amen. Has he considered applying for remote positions or acquiring new/different skills?

      May Izu’s soul Rest In Peace. Very sad and heartbreaking story.

      Delete
  24. πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»
    The social media is not for everybody.
    Get off social media if you are not emotionally mature.
    To take a life you did not create is the height of cowardice and
    effrontery to the creator.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Even in death, you continue to shame the victim. Na wa for you.

      Delete
    2. @16:01
      There is nothing like victim shaming here.
      What is wrong in life, is wrong in death.
      Suicide is wrong. God said in his commandment,
      Thou shall not kill...

      Delete
  25. 'you were asked to compile Names for safety purposes'. Who made you the police!!!! Are you now in charge of the sex offenders register!! Why do people do things that is not theirs to do these days. Everybody is now an Activist even though it's just for clout. False accusation was Wat led to the death of those Aluu 4 students. Now it has taken this young man's life. I hope this ugly trend ends soon. R.I.P to the young man.

    ReplyDelete
  26. Hmmm, see as people have changed tone. Meanwhile, days back, every body was busy beating up dbanj, talking about this and that as if they were present with them both in the room. Like I said before, like I will always say, I will never join the bandwagon and castigate anybody of any accusations, until thorough investigation and the person is found guilty. I know well how false accusations can ruin one's life and name and family, and drive one to suicide. I hope this teaches people lessons about not jumping to conclusions, and not joining the bandwagon to troll people.... But that's wishful thinking.

    ReplyDelete
  27. The woman should be found and jailed. This is really sad. I'm so f..kn sad.

    ReplyDelete
  28. I made a comment on sunday about a documentary that I saw on false rape allegations but Stella sat on it. It completely charters the victim of such accusation. This guy clearly had struggles and battled with it for 3 years but it was the false accusation that pushed him to the edge and made him kill himself.

    Dear ladies, if he breaks up with you and you feel sad don't say he raped you. If he turned you down, don't lie against him. If you hooked up willingly but you wanted more while he wanted to chop and clean mouth, he didn't rape you. If you drunkenly gave consent it is not rape. If you consented then woke up the next day and saw that he's ugly, poor etc that is still not rape.

    Let all false accusers be prosecuted and sentenced to the same penalty of rapists better still, let the punishment be more severe because not only are they destroying someone else's life, they are doing a great injustice to actual rape victims.

    ReplyDelete
  29. But what if it was someone who shared the exact same name as him and he thought it was him. Many people have the exact same name, that's why we have middle names to help differentiate.

    ReplyDelete
  30. This is so sad! What do people gain from lies exactly?

    ReplyDelete
  31. Suicide is not an option but false rape allegations should attract severe punishment too.

    ReplyDelete
  32. Chieee my cousin is now trending after his death. What a life😭... Rest on Izu

    ReplyDelete
  33. Stella dear,Nnamdi Anekwe-chive is my husband and Izuchukwu is his cousin. I was really down to send it here cos Last 2weeks weekend was a black week for us, plus my husband has been down and following up on the people on ground at Houston to go to Florida and help us out. We already did his burial on Saturday night but the police are handling the matter as the girl is still on the run.

    He is such a bright young inlaw.
    May his soul continue to rest in peace.Amen.

    ReplyDelete
  34. The same people that have been crucifying people accused of rape without any evidence(even the tiniest bit) are now the ones crying out for the boy, because he is dead abi??

    I bet y'all, if you had seen the list when he was alive u would have joined in crucifying him.


    When I talk, they will think it's because I want to look for trouble but there's just something like having common sense.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Eka this accusation is very different. I have been raped before so no way i will ever support rapist. Of every 100 rape accusations, 10 may probably be false. But doesnt take away from d fact Rape victims hardly even come out. If u see d guy dat raped me you will be very surprised. This guy has a good job,christian family and was weeks to wedding when he raped me. If i had come out its people like you that will still doubt my story. That i am the guys pained ex that wants to spoil his marriage. This man toasted me for years but i never agreed for him. He just had to trick me and rape me two weeks to his wedding. Coming out to say rape is a hard thing,the stigma everything.

      Delete
    2. Your comment also shows you are yet to develop that same 'common sense'.
      You failed to differentiate between a faceless accusation and that made by someone with their real identity.

      Delete
  35. There should be legal punish for anyone who falsely accuses another of sexual harassment or rape

    ReplyDelete
  36. Chai,rest in peace Poor boy. My Anambra brother

    ReplyDelete

Disclaimer: Comments And Opinions On Any Part Of This Website Are Opinions Of The Blog Commenters Or Anonymous Persons And They Do Not Represent The Opinion Of StellaDimokoKorkus.com

Pictures and culled stories posted on this site are given credit and if a story is yours but credited to the wrong source,Please contact Stelladimokokorkus.com and corrections will be made..

If you have a complaint or a story,Please Contact StellaDimokoKorkus.com Via

Sdimokokorkus@gmail.com
Mobile Phone +4915210724141