Chukwuemeka Emmanuel Akachi, a final year student of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) who committed suicide after stating the reason for his action on Facebook has been buried, Igbere Tv reports. According to reports gathered by Igbere Tv, Akachi, a native of Eha-Alumona in Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu State, was said to have battled dementia for over two months. Below is photo from Akachi’s burial as obtained by Igbere Tv
After threatening to take his own life and two lecturers were asked by the university to monitor and counsel him, the English and Literary Studies student, later ended his life by drinking sniper. The remains of Mr. Akachi has been laid to rest today. May his soul rest in peace. Amen.
The final year student of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, UNN Chukwuemeka Akachi, committed suicide after dropping a suicide note on Facebook. it was gathered that the final year student of English and Literary studies had been been having a long battle with mental health.
His suicide note on Facebook reads:
”Suicide Note. Forgive me. In case you are the one who found the body, I am really sorry. It had to be someone, you know. I have chosen Jo Nketaih’s poem as my suicide note: “They said you came looking for me. I didn’t drown; I was the water.” Where do atheists go to when they die? lol. Amen.”
Akachi died two days ago, after leaving a suicide note and revealing his long battle with mental health on Facebook. In one of his previous posts on Facebook, he wrote on his battle with mental health and how it has affected his growth:
”My mental health has been on life support for a while now. Thanks to those who call. Text. Visit. Speak to me. May we always remember. May we never forget. You may have added a few hours, months or days to my time here. But you know life support is expensive right? Thanks for trying. Amen.”
According to one of his friends, Akachi consumed two bottles of a poisonous substance and it was the second time he would be attempting suicide in recent times.
Below is photo from Akachi’s burial as obtained by Igbere Tv;