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Woman, 35, commits suicide in Ogun

Tragedy occurred on Tuesday evening as a woman identified as Mrs. Omolola Atejioye, aged 35, committed suicide by hanging inside her apartment located along Ago-Iwoye road, Ilishan-Remo, in Ikenne Local Government Area of the State.
This incident, was confirmed by the state acting Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, who said that the deceased’s husband, Mr. Ayodele Atejioye, who returned from work at about 5.30 p.m., found her wife dangling in the room.
Nigerian Tribune learnt that the late Mrs. Atejioye, tied herself to the ceiling, and did not leave behind any suicide note.
The matter, according to information at the disposal of the Nigerian Tribune, was reported to the Police by the deceased’s husband, while her remains were said to have been deposited at Babcock University morgue, where her husband’s works.
Oyeyemi, an Assistant Superintendent of Police, told newsmen that post mortem would be carried out on the deceased to determine the cause of her death.
He said, “A member of staff of the Babcock University reported to our men in Ilisan-Remo, that he returned from work around 5.30pm, and met the body of his wife dangling from the ceiling of their apartment, after the door was forced opened.
“The policemen later brought the body down and it had been deposited in the mortuary of the Babcock University in the same town. The deceased did not leave any suicide note.
“A post mortem would be carried out on the corpse.”