How 400 level student of UNN, Chukwuemeka Akachi committed suicide



How UNN 400 level student, Chukwuemeka Akachi committed suicide


Chukwuemeka Akachi, a 400-level student of the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), on Monday committed suicide.

The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in Enugu state, Mr Ebere Amaraizu, confirmed the incident adding that the development was “pathetic and unfortunate.”

Ebere said;

“The suicide of a UNN 400 level student of the Department of English and Literary Studies on Monday is pathetic and unfortunate.

“Police will investigate circumstances surrounding the suicide.”

NAN reports that an eyewitness said that Akachi went to an uncompleted building on Sullivan Road, Nsukka, where he drank two bottles of “Sniper’ and slipped into coma.

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He said that the deceased was discovered by some passersby, who reportedly saw him in a state of coma.

He said that the people, mainly students, raised alarm before he was rushed to UNN Medical Centre before he was confirmed dead.

However, going through his Facebook timeline, the decease always spoke on his mental health.

In one of his numerous post on May 12th 2019, he wrote;

 “My mental health has been on life support for a while now. Thanks to those who call. Text. Visit.

“Speak to me. May we always remember. May we never forget. You May have added a few hours, months or days to my time here. But you know life support is expensive right?

“Thank you for trying. Amen.”

In another playful post he made before taking his life, he wrote;

Suicide Note.
Forgive me. In case you are the one who found the body, I am really sorry. It had to be someone, you know. I have chosen Jo Nketaih’s poem as my suicide note: “They said you came looking for me. I didn’t drown; I was the water.” Where do atheists go to when they die? lol. Amen.

Meanwhile, a senior security personnel in UNN Security Department , who pleaded anonymity, also confirmed the incident, adding that the report was brought to them on Monday morning.

He said this was not the first time Akachi wanted to commit suicide, adding that “on two occasions, he had drunk kerosene and petrol to kill himself but was rescued.

“But on Monday he drank Sniper and was rushed to UNN Medical Centre first, but was later moved to UNTH Enugu, where he was confirmed dead. “



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