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My husband was Depressed, Frustrated- Wife of man who Jumped into Lagoon

My husband was Depressed, Frustrated- Wife of man who Jumped into Lagoon

Ms Sofiat Amusa, wife of a 25-year-old man who committed suicide by jumping into lagoon in Epe, attributed husband death to frustration, depression and lack of parental care.

Amusa disclosed during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria, in Epe, on Friday.

He said that the ugly incidents that claimed his husband life occurred at around 7:15am on Tuesday, 3-day ago.

She said that her husband has been intimidating the family with frightening goodbye messages, instructing his parent to take care of his wife and his 11month old baby girl.

The 21-year-old wife said that the both of them are not legally married but both of them have been known as spouse to both parents.

“We live together before his demise but he has been acting strangely for couple of days before his death.

“I complain about his strange behaviours to his parent but they ignore not until his death.

“Lack of parental care, depression and frustration of not been attended to him by his parents, constituted to her husband death, ” she said.

Amusa debunked the 21-year-old age as spread on the social media, she said that her husband, Olamikekan Odunare is 25-year-old old, while she her wife is 21-year-old.

“Myself and my husband are December born, my husband was born in December 1st while me the wife was born in December 22nd.

“We use to celebrate our Birthday together in December 22nd during my Birthday.

“My husand studied Quantity Survey in Lagos Polythecnic(Laspotech) he is an OND holder, ” she said.

Amusa appealed to all Nigerians to come to her rescue for food and cash support to take care of the innocent baby her husband left behind.

“I can’t take care of the baby girl alone, I need help from philanthropists, NGOs and other well-meaning Nigerians.

“I am learning tailoring, I don’t collect salary, I have been surviving with my husband salary before his death now that he is late, I have nothing to fall back to it for a living.

“My late husband works at Alaro city in Epe which we have been surviving with his monthly salary, I need help from Nigerians to train the baby to a university level, ” she said.

NAN

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