Stella Dimoko Okada Rider Commits Suicide..


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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Okada Rider Commits Suicide..

A 22-year-old man, Ayuba Sarafa, has reportedly committed suicide in Oyo State..
Ayuba, a commercial motorcyclist, was said to have hung himself in an uncompleted building beside his uncle’s house on Friday.

It was gathered that the young man was the only son of his late father.
His mother, Nike, who later came to the scene of the incident, wept uncontrollably, as she alleged that Ayuba was manipulated to commit suicide by evil forces.
Ayuba’s uncle, Mr Kazeem Tijani, said he became jittery that having left home since Thursday morning, he had not set his eyes on the Okada rider by bedtime.
“We called his phone and monitored the place where the phone was ringing. It was traced to the uncompleted building, where he was found hanging. The mobile telephone was in his pocket,” Kazeem said.
Two black plastic bags were seen on the floor with his pair of sandals.
An eyewitness, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said items found in the bags were a white garment, two bottles of perfume, a new white singlet, chin-chin, biscuits and other personal effects as well as a white handkerchief used as a face mask.
Kazeem said, “Ayuba got the motorcycle on hired purchase basis and was paying regularly. He was not known to be indebted to anyone and he was not starving. He was not married. He had been living with me for the past two to three years. He was working with me before he got the motorcycle.
.We searched his room, but we could not find any suicide note. I have called our family members at Apomu.”

The Chairman, Association of Commercial Bike Riders in Amuloko area, Mr Oluwatosin James, described Ayuba as a cool-headed and easygoing person.
James stated, “The news of Ayuba’s death came to us as a rude shock. We heard of the news at the park. He was very reticent and would not fight anybody.

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  1. No one can tell what really happened. May his soul rest in peace and may God console his poor mother.

  2. Why is suicide getting more common in Nigeria? 🤔

    1. Because clueless, useless, helpless and brainless are in charge

  3. Na wa o. This life o. I wonder what happened.

  4. People might be smiling, seem happy and live like they don't have no problem, but ppl don't know the secret battle they are fighting.

    It's not nice to make some insensitive comments towards others.

  5. I remember when suicide was farfetched in Nigeria. Now it's become something else.

  6. Hope someone didn't mess up his mind or otherwise


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