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Chris Ozobia, A Father Of Four, Commits Suicide In Enugu

Chris Ozobia, a father of four from Onitsha, Anambra state, committed suicide in Enugu.

On Sunday, March 3, 2024, Ozobia, a father in his 40s, is said to have committed himself at his block industry, which is situated at Ugbo Owa, beside the old airport road, Emene, Enugu.

It was discovered that the man left a wife and four children behind. His kids, who are in Emene, Enugu, attend Standard Layout by Tarmac School and range in age from three to nine.

Ozobia killed himself in his office, according to a friend of the deceased who asked not to be mentioned, after lying to his wife to get out of the house.

He added that his wife and child saw his phone turned off at home the following day, Monday, March 4, 2024, and that’s when the lifeless body was found.

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His words:

“Only him knew why he left, he dropped no note, hence, nobody knows why took this decision because he’s full of life and likes enjoying himself. He took his life at his block industry which is located at Ugbowa along the old airport road.

“He left his house on Sunday morning and told his wife was going to see his cement dealer that sells at Penoks junction. When the wife waited for so long without him coming back, he tried calling him but his number was switched off.

“The wife began to raise alarm because the husband’s number being switched off is uncommon. She came out and starting calling for help and her daughter saw his phone switched off in their room.

“The next day, the woman went to his block industry to look for him and found him lying down lifeless. The police came and took his remains away but has released same to the neighbourhood that helped in putting him in the morgue.

“A lot of stories are flying around but we just learnt he took two big bottles of sniper which he bought at Eke Obinagu market.

“Ozobia is a graduate of University of Benin and was never known to have any tendency of suicide. They’re a struggling family, his kids are still in primary school and needs help because they’re a struggling,” he said.

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