ABEOKUTA-Tragedy struck on Tuesday in Ilisan-Remo, Ikenne Local Government Area of Ogun State when a 35-year-old woman, Omolola Atejioye, reportedly committed suicide by hanging in her apartment.

Vanguard gathered that the deceased was found dead around 5.30pm when her husband, Ayodele Atejioye, who is a member of staff of the Babcock University, Ilisan Remo, returned from work, to their apartment along Ago Iwoye Road. It was further gathered that, the husband, who works in Babcock’s varsity’s central store, reportedly found the body of his late wife dangling in the room, with the rope tied to the ceiling, after he forced the door to their apartment opened.

Our correspondent learn that the deceased, who was alleged to be a petty trader did not leave behind any suicide note. Omolola’s husband was said to have reported the incident to the policemen in Ilisan, who later came to the scene. They later brought the body down, and took her remains to the mortuary of the Babcock varsity. ‎The state acting Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, confirmed the sad incident. He said Omolola’s husband reported his discovery at home when ‎he returned from work to the police. Oyeyemi, said the deceased’s corpse had been deposited in Babcock varsity’s mortuary, adding 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 to determine the cause of her death.”

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