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A sketchy report had it that a graduate of the University of Ibadan, (no name) has committed suicide after suffering severe depression.
According to a discovered note left behind, noted that he has suffered a lot and regretted being a Nigerian.
As at the time of compiling this report, Police is yet to confirm the authenticity of the ugly incident.
However, an obtained viral pictures by SCANNEWS24 showed a young man passed a rope through a ceiling, in a poorly organized room and a bench by the wall.
In the main time, the identity of the man, the location is yet to be ascertained.
This could trigger concern by the government at all levels to initiate a more strategic and productive policy to help engage the majority of youths being affected by the global pandemic.
We understand the federal government is necessarily punishing hard to engage youths through Social and agricultural Empowerment.
There is also a need to make grants available for young entrepreneurs to enable them to establish productive amid the economic crisis brought about by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Often, most, suicide cases are primarily linked to depression and excessive thinking. Is advisable not to give huge time to disturbing issues that could trigger psychological conflict.
Always consider to take a walk or invite a friend over to spend ample time together, it could help skip some triggering issues as such.SOURCE: Scannews24.com