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Betting: Onoh Chukwuma commits suicide after losing N2.5m 

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A Facebook user identified as Onoh Chukwuma on Tuesday reportedly took his own life by ingesting an insecticide, allegedly for losing N2.5 million to betting.

Onoh posted on his Facebook wall a message saying that it was his last day on earth and that he was going to meet his maker.

Unknown to those reading the post, he had already consumed the insecticide before making the announcement.

In his post, he thanked some individuals, saying, “Today is my last day on earth! I’m going to meet my maker. Thank you, Chima Anyaso, Ikukuoma Abia, Kelvin Jombo Onumah, Ekwueme Ohafia, and my friends. My spirit is with you all.”

Upon learning of his distress, friends rushed Onoh to Madonna Hospital, Umuahia.

However, despite the efforts of doctors to resuscitate him, he did not survive.

It was reported that Onoh had allegedly lost N2.5 million to betting and could not bear the shame and pressure from those he borrowed money from.

A friend, sharing the news of his demise, expressed heartbreak, recounting the futile attempts by medical professionals to revive him.

Another Facebook user questioned the deceased’s decision, mentioning that Onoh had N1 million and borrowed N1.5 million to play a bet that failed, leading to his tragic end due to shame from debtors.

A Facebook user, Ibeako Esther Chisom, wrote, “Onoh Chukwuma Richard, I am heartbroken. I watched the doctors and nurses giving you pressure to see if you could come back, but all proved abortive, and your pause dropped as the doctor confirmed you dead right in front of me and other of your friends.

“Onoh Chukwuma Richard, you really cut down on the plans God has for you by taking your life by yourself. Sleep on. I am heartbroken.”

Another user, Obika James Abuchi, wrote, “You had 1 million and borrowed 1.5 million to play bet; it failed because of the shame from debtors you took your life? Onoh, who taught you this??

Friends have since taken to his Facebook page to send condolences.

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