See How 1 UNILORIN Student Took His Own Life After He Got ‘Carry Over Again




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One student of the University of Ilorin, has allegedly committed suicide after he was asked to carry over his project again.

27-year-old Adigun Olawale Emmanuel, reportedly committed suicide at Oke Odo Area of Ilorin, Kwara State as he was made to repeat his final year project again after he failed it for the second time.

According to reports on social media , he lamented that he had been accused of plagiarizing his project work. As a result, he wasn’t allowed to graduate with his mates. This led him into depression and he allegedly locked himself in his room on Thursday, 29th of November, and drank a pesticide called Sniper.

His body was discovered after some people went into his room on Saturday, December 1st to investigate the bad smell coming from there. When neighbours got into his room, they discovered his swollen dead body laying on the floor.

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Adigun was a student of faculty of Agriculture. Social media users claim he had allegedly attempted suicide before but this has not been verified.

The Management of University of Ilorin has visited the hostel in Oko Oba where the student committed suicide and they have also contacted Adigun’s Parents.

Below is a chat he had with a friend the same day he allegedly committed suicide.

Meanwhile, Suspected member of a robbery gang based in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Junior Nmeni , has lamented that he had not made enough money from robberies before luck ran out on him.

Nmeni, who was a cleaner, claimed that he and his gang members had only been able to make N223,000 and get some phones from robbery operations he participated in.

The 28-year-old said he had hoped to make enough proceeds from the crime so that he could take care of his wife.

The expectant father said he went into robbery after he lost his job as a cleaner at the Port Harcourt International Airport.

He said, “I was a cleaner at the Port Harcourt International Airport where I earned N18,000 as salary. I joined the gang seven months ago because the company I worked for sacked me and things became very hard for me and my wife.

“There was a gun that belonged to my late elder brother. I found the gun in the ceiling of his apartment.

There was a riot in Nwokocha’s community and I gave the gun to him. After the crisis, he used the gun to rob and he killed a man with it.

“He returned the gun and told me what he had done. I decided to join the gang. We robbed a man and a woman at Iguruta. We kidnapped the woman’s sister and I raped her. I kept her in my house for two days before Iwuayawu and I started demanding a ransom.

“We were paid N200,000 ransom and I got N23,000 as my share since we were six that did the job. The next operation I went for was at a hotel. Elvis (a gang member at large) brought one of the guns we used for the operation. It was Sunny, another member, who gave us information about the hotel. We got N21,000 from the hotel and three phones.”

Nmeni explained that his last operation with the gang was at the home of one Mr. Ogundun.

He said they were confronted by their victim which forced them to retreat, adding that he had not made enough money from “the business” before he was arrested.

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