Lovers Commit Suicide In Anambra, Leaves Note

Lovers Commit Suicide In Anambra

Lovers Commit Suicide In Anambra

Two yet to be identified young lovers have reportedly committed Suicide in Okija, Anambra State because their parents refused to allow them to get married.


The lovers who have been dating for six years allegedly took their lives after drinking Snipper.

They committed suicide because their parents refused to give consent for them to get married to each other.

The marriage could not hold because one of them is reportedly an Osu (outcast).

Lovers Commit Suicide In Anambra: However, before their death, the lovers left a suicide note where they lamented on how they laboured to build their relationship only to be hindered by an ancient belief system.

Read the note below:

Racism in disguise…

How can we separate after 6 solid years of dating and getting so use to each other? how???

Is it a crime to be held from Okija Anambra state? We both are from Okija in Ihiala local Government Area, Anambra State, Nigeria. We have always wanted to spend the rest of lives together, we’ve always planned our future together. We have always struggled to secure a better future, now that things are gradually turning around for us, they’re saying we can’t get married, all because of Osu and Ohu Caste, all because of an ancient belief that has been abolished in other villages. The people of Okija chose to live in the past, all as a result of ignorance. God created everyone equally so why would human beings discriminate just because of the ignorance of our forefathers? Why will we keep sufferering for what we know nothing about, for something we didn’t do??? Why do we still chose to stay in the dark? This is racism in disguise, yet we want to be treated equally in the white man’s land, charity they say begins at home.

We made up our minds to end it all because we can’t stay without each other. Ndi Okija, say No to Osu Caste!!!”.

Lovers Commit Suicide In Anambra

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