More photos of Michael Arowosaiye, RCCG Minister who committed suicide

Michael Arowosaiye was a music minister in a parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God in Abuja who allegedly committed suicide on Tuesday May 14th after battling with depression. The cause of the depression was alleged to be caused by his inability to sort out his accomodation issues. May his soul Rest In Peace. See more of his photos below   ...

Teenager kills herself after 69% voted for her to die on Instagram poll

It is sad that even at this day, people do not take the issue of mental health seriously. Depression and suicidal thoughts are real and our choice of words can either make or break a person. In the case of this teenagere, people's response to the poll broke her. According to 'The Sarawak Tribune', David Emelia, a 16 year old girl has committed suicide in Kuching, Sarakwak in Malaysia, after an Instagram poll that she carried out showed that the majority voted for her to die. The teenager's body was discovered sprawled on the road on May 13 at around 8pm. She is believed to have jumped to her death from a rented unit in Batu Kara New Township. Authorities also found her Instagram poll which she posted prior to her death, Emelia reportedly created the poll at around 3pm on that day. The poll asked: “Really important! Help me choose D/L” “D” and “L” presumably stood...

RCCG Gospel Minister commits suicide

On May 14, 2019, A gospel minister, Michael Arowosaiye, who ministers for the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, has allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself with a belt at a home in Sunnyvale Estate in Abuja. The reason for the alleged suicide has not been confirmed but web users claim he went into depression due to accommodation issues he was facing. See post: Reaction from friends: ...

Last chat between Hikmat Gbadamosi and a Friend, before she commited suicide

Read last conversation between Hikmat Gbadamosi, the 100 level Chemical Engineering student of the University of Port Harcourt, who committed suicide and a friend, before she took her own life. In the chat, Hilkmat was advised by her friend to stay away from a particular guy – probably her boyfriend – before she was later invited for a fellowship which she said she would have loved to attend if she would be alive the next day. According to sources, Hilkmat had been battling a medical condition since birth and the resulting pain sent her into depression. Before her death, she was complaining that the pain has refused to go away although she clearly did not specify the cause of the pain. However, other sources said she committed suicide because her boyfriend left her. Neighbour said she might have died since Saturday as they did not see her on Sunday and on Monday...

UNIPORT 100 level student commits suicide out of depression

A 100 level Chemical Engineering student, Hikmat Gbadamosi of the University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State found dead in her room after a long-standing battle with depression.   Late Hikmat was found dead in her room, yesterday, April 29. According to her best friend, the deceased had been battling a medical condition since birth and the resulting pain sent her into depression.   She is assumed to have consumed two bottles of a poisonous substance on Saturday and was only discovered on Monday after her best friend went to her room with some classmates to find out why she missed the test that they had yesterday. ...

Billionaire Daughter, Meram Indimi shares her battle with Depression and Anxiety

In a country where people go through mental issues but cannot talk about it because of fear of being ridiculed or ignored, it was a bold move for the daughter of billionaire oil mogul, Meram Indimi-Dandatti, who opened up about her struggle with depression and anxiety. Meram, who got married last year to Baffa Dandatti, took to Instagram to speak candidly about her struggle. "A lot you may know me but what you don't know is that over the years I have actually been dealing with anxiety and depression. It was quiet severe actually...

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