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Man, 30, commits suicide after deportation from Dubai

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A 30-year-old man has taken his own life after being deported to Nigeria from Dubai, the United Arab Emirates [UAE].

Emmanuel Obiefuna, aka Occupy, started making suicidal posts via his Facebook page and all attempts by his family and friends to prevail on him, proved abortive as he never disclosed his exact location in Lagos.

It was also gathered that he was also always blocking anyone that talked him out of his plan to commit suicide.

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Obiefuna finally went ahead with his plan early this month.

In one of his posts on Facebook, Obiefuna wrote,

Letter To My Best Friend:
You’ve been a great friend and confidant. To me you’re more than a friend; you’re family and I will forever love and cherish our friendship no matter what challenges life has been throwing at us. I know how sad and angry you would be as soon as you found out that I left you without any goodbyes. I really wanted to stay, I wish I could stay but no, I couldn’t; I needed Peace and Rest of mind more than anything else and I had no other option than to leave.

Don’t feel hurt my sweet lover, as I always tell you: Life is Good but Rest is Perfect. You will forever be the Love of my Life dear. Take care 4fa Maya Ma4taha2ra fa4ra ma2 my sweet lover

In another, he shared an excerpt from Eminem song, Cleanin Out My Closet,

I’m sorry momma!
I never meant to hurt you!
I never meant to make you cry, but tonight
I’m cleaning out my closet (one more time)
I said I’m sorry momma!
I never meant to hurt you!
I never meant to make you cry, but tonight
I’m cleaning out my closet.

My Best OG Rapper ( his skin might be white but his blood is Black)
My nigga Eminem

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Flood ravages Abeokuta community on Saturday(photos)

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VIDEO: Fire guts Marian market in Calabar

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Traders at the Marian market in Calabar, the Cross River state capital, are currently counting their losses after a fire erupted in the market in the early hours of today, July 4.

The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained. Marian market is the second-largest market in the state.

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COVID-19 patient gives birth in Oyo

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Oyo State has recorded the first delivery of a COVID-19 patient at the Infectious Disease Centre, Olodo, Ibadan.

This is as nineteen new cases returned positive while two deaths were recorded.

Chairman, State Task Force Governor Seyi Makinde gave the update on Saturday.

While noting that the new baby and mother are both doing well, Governor Makinde said the latest death brings to 14 the number of casualties recorded in the state.

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He said “We had our first Covid-19 patient delivery at the Infectious Disease Centre, Olodo. The mother and baby are doing well.

“The Covid-19 confirmation tests for nineteen suspected cases came back positive.

“The cases are from Ibadan South East (3), Ibadan North (3), Akinyele (3), Lagelu (2), Oluyole (2), Ibadan North West (2), Egbeda (1), Ido (1), Ona Ara (1) and Oyo East (1) Local Government Areas.

“So, the total number of confirmed cases in Oyo State today is 1451.

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