Photo: 25 Year Old Governor Hangs Himself and left a suicide note in Edo State
Tragedy has struck in a particular community in Edo State, as a young man popularly known as Governor has ended his life in the most gruesome manner by committing suicide.
The young man of 25 years was said to have left a suicide note, before taking his life in his rented room in Ovia South LG, Udo Community Edo State.
His body was discovered when his mother went to pay him a visit at his place, she said she cooked food for him and intended to discuss some issues with him, but upon getting to his room she was shocked to find his body dangling from a rope.
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The Leiden University Excellence Scholarship Programme (LExS) is open to outstanding Non-EU/EEA students enrolling in a full-time master’s degree programme at Leiden University.
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