1st Class Final Year UNIBEN Student Who Committed Suicide By Hanging Last Night Battled Bipolar Disorder – Colleague

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500 Level Computer Engineering First Class University Of Benin Undergraduate Who Killed Himself Last Night Is Bipolar

More details have emerged on the demise of George Iyiore ,  a final year Computer Engineering student of UNIBEN who took his life yesterday evening.

According to one of his classmates, the aspiring lawyer whose battle with Maniac depression forced him to settle for Computer Engineering didn’t show any sign he was going to kill himself but he left his elder sister heartbroken when she discovered his lifeless body at their home yesterday.

The brilliant student who was placed on suicide watch exactly two weeks ago after he tried to kill himself  got his wish  yesterday when he hung himself to a ceiling fan in his room.

The deceased who colleagues described as a loner has been battling Manic depressive disorder for a while now.

He is often seen talking to himself but his academic records of straight A’s has left many wondering what could have caused such a brilliant young man to take his life.

The body of George Iyiore who lost his father in his childhood days has been taken to the University of Benin Teaching Hospital for autopsy.

Our source said his mother is yet to be informed as he is her only son.

What a tragedy!.

Note: the viral photo making round on the social media is not George’s photo as his sister has not authorized anyone to share his pictures.

One thought on “1st Class Final Year UNIBEN Student Who Committed Suicide By Hanging Last Night Battled Bipolar Disorder – Colleague

  1. What a tragedy. It is often virtually impossible to stop a person from taking their own lives. Perhaps more could have been done to avert the tragedy. Perhaps changing his medications and ensuring he was taking them daily, or as required. Such a brilliant young man. It is well . May God console his mother and the rest of his family.

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