Thursday, April 19, 2018 was not a good day for residents of Sheraton Estate, Olaogun, in the Ijoko area of Ogun State.

It was even a worse day for the family of David Agholor, who took his own life without any traceable reason.

Agholor is a former Chief Superintendent of Police who retired as officer-in-charge of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), Enugu state police command.

He shot himself in the head in an uncompleted building.

Spokesperson of the Ogun state police command Abimbola Oyeymi, who confirmed the incident, stated that the daughter of the deceased reported the case to the Ijoko police station.

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Oyeyemi also confirmed that the retired police officer took his own life and added that investigation is underway to know the reason for the suicide.

“It is a case of suicide and the command is investigating to know what made him to take that decision.

“He was a former OC SARS in Enugu.”

A resident told Bounce News on phone that the deceased, according to family members, had no record of mental illness or suffering from depression.

He said according to the information gathered from a family member, the deceased had been acting strange since the beginning of the week, but he assured them that he was fine before the unfortunate incident.

The resident said Mr. Agholor had earlier handed over all the keys of his two houses to his first born, before moving to the second house which is uncompleted, where he shot himself.

“When I visited the house, the daughter told us that he went to the back of the house and shot himself, he handed over the keys of these houses to me on Wednesday and he has told us before now that he is fine, I don’t know why he did this.”

The corpse has been deposited at the mortuary.

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