The 66-year-old woman had complained to some people that she is angry that her two children, who graduated some years back are sitting unproductively at home.

A villager, Uche Aniuno, said, “I saw her about four days ago. She expressed bitterness over the unemployment situation of her two children who graduated some years back. But I didn’t know that could lead her to this situation.

“She was a hard-working woman and I won’t say she was poor. One of her daughters is married with children. We are all surprised that she ended this way.”

But the younger brother of the deceased, Fredrick Nwenu, said that his sister has no reason to take her life.

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Nwenu, who said he accommodated her late sister for some time, said the news came to him as a shock.

He said, “My sister had no reason to do this, having trained her two children to university level.

“She had two children who are university graduates. Her daughter is happily married with kids. So, she had no reason whatsoever to commit suicide.”

The community was thrown into mourning when the news of the suicide spread, as many described her as an industrious woman.

It was gathered that the deceased hung herself with a rope which she tied to the burglary-proof bars of the window in her room.

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