Lecturer commits suicide in Delta


A lecturer at the College of Education, Agbor in Delta State, Mr. Philip Okechukwu Okafor has allegedly taken his own life.
 Okafor, who was a lecturer in the Department of Economics, committed suicide in his residence at the DDPA Low Income House Estate, Agbor.

 The lecturer, who hailed from Issele Mkpitime in Aniocha North Local Government Area of the state, was said to have committed the act by hanging himself with a green rope on the ceiling fan in his bedroom.
 Although the reason for the act was not known, he was said to have left a two-page suicide note, which was taken away by the police who were investigating the circumstances that led to the act.
 His wife, a teacher and his five children had gone to school on the fateful day before he committed the act.
 The deceased, it was learnt, conducted morning devotion in his apartment where his entire family members actively participated on the day of the incident.

 A source said when the widow and her five children returned from school and wanted to gain entrance through the front door to their apartment they discovered that the door was locked from the inside.
 According to the source, her effort to pass through the back door was also fruitless as the door was locked from behind.

 She was said to have raised the alarm, which attracted neighbours who later forced the door open to discover the body of the lecturer dangling from the ceiling fan.
 The dumb-founded neighbours were said to have invited the police at the Agbor Divisional Police Station, who came and removed the corpse to the morgue at the Central Hospital, Agbor.
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