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Female Corps member serving in Enugu commits suicide

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A Corps member undergoing a year mandatory service of the National Youth Service Corps has reportedly committed suicide.

The corps member, Bolufemi Motunrayo Yetunde is said to be carrying out her primary assignment at Girls Secondary School, Ibagwa- Aka, Igbo-Eze South Local Government.

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Motunrayo is a Banking and Finance graduate from Kogi State University.

In a suicide note left behind, she claimed she took her life as “I did this because I see nothing worth living for in this world.”


She equally sent a message of love to her parents and siblings and expressed the hope that some day they will meet where they will not part again.

The suicide note reads:


“Daddy I love you. Mummy I love you”.

“Mathew and John, you guys should take care of yourselves, we will meet where we will depart no more. I love you guys”.



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She reported drank two bottles of sniper.

A copy of the Holy Bible and Jotter as well as two bottles of used sniper and other items could be seen on the floor of her room.

Eyewitnesses confirmed that she was rushed to the Faith Foundation Hospital at Nsukka local government area of the state where doctors confirmed her death.


Anthonia Omeje, who lives close to the deceased’s lodge at Ibagwa-Ak attributed her death to a domestic misunderstanding.

According to her the corps member’s parents stopped her from marrying the man she loved, a development that made her commit suicide.

In the meantime, the spokesman of the Enugu State Police Command, Ebere Amaraizu, who confirmed the incident, said men of the command have commenced investigation to unravel the consequences surrounding the corps member’s death.





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