Wealthy Nigerian Army Captain Kills Himself In Calabar, Sends Suicide Note To Son

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May 19, 2016 – Wealthy Retired Nigerian Army Captain Hangs Self On Mango Tree In Calabar As Family 

Retired Nigerian Army Officer Kills Himself In Calabar Cross River State, Sends Suicide Note To Son

A retired Army Captain has killed himself in Calabar Cross River State.

According to neighbours, retired Captain Friday William’s lifeless body was found dangling on a mango tree in front of his house.

Before he ended his life, he reportedly sent a suicide SMS to his first son in Port Harcourt around 10pm on Tuesday to condole with him over his own death.

He reportedly advised him to take care of his siblings.

A source close to the family of the deceased said the man had 3 cars and built a house in his village.

The deceased lived on his retirement benefits and was doing well with his 8 children.

Family members are still surprised as to why he decided to terminate his own life.

Friday William’s corpse has been taken to his hometown in Akwa Ibom State for burial.

11 thoughts on “Wealthy Nigerian Army Captain Kills Himself In Calabar, Sends Suicide Note To Son

  1. THERE MIGHT BE SECRET ENEMY WHO TRAPPED HIM WITH VOODOO SPELL ,

    BECAUSE THE WICKED WIZARD CAN USE ALL SORT OF VOODOO SPELL TO COMMAND YOU TO KILL YOURSELF.

    EVERYDAY YOU SEE FACES OF PEOPLE , BUT WE DO NOT KNOW WHO IS THE DEMON.

    SOMETIMES PEOPLE BELONG TO ALL SORT OF SECRET SOCIETY,HE MAY BELONG TO A CULT. THEN , WHEN HE WAS ASKED TO DONATE ONE OF HIS FAMILY . HE REFUSED, THEN HE HAS TO DIE.

  2. Irrespective of what the man must have gone through, committing suicide is not the best option. It is true that Nigerians are going through hell but he as a retired General, he should have embraced the philosophical dictum that says tough time does not last, but tough men do”. For post of writer’s life and business visit kufekpo.blogspot.com.ng

  3. This may be depression that he has been dealing with over the years and no support with it. it is hard to open up to people especially in Nigeria.
    RIP

  4. When a poor wretch, driven to despondency by perpetual sufferings, want, hunger and sickness, takes his own life, it is understandable. But when a well-accomplished man does the same, it becomes a riddle. The whole world starts guessing. For me, this is a thing I hate to guess.

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