Atiku Expresses His Concern On The High Rate Of Suicide In Nigeria

Nigerian politician, and presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party 2019, Atiku Abubakar has openly expressed his concern on the increasing rate of suicide in the country.

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The 72-year-old former Vice President took to his Twitter page to urge Nigerian parents and the community to keep a watchful eye on young people in order to curb depression at its early stage.

He wrote:

“The rate of suicide among our youth is worrisome. I believe that as parents and community, we need to pay close attention for early signs of depression among our young people, particularly in this depressing times. -AA “

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Recall that it was reported last week that a music minister identified as Michael Arowosaiye reportedly committed suicide as a result of financial issues and failing to pay his house rent.

Likewise, it was reported that a student of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), Chukwuemeka Ugwuoke sadly took his life on May 13, 2019. Always remember that suicide is never an option.

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