SHOCKING!! Landlord Kills Self, Blames Son For His Action In Suicide Note [Pictures]

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A Landlord on Majekolagbe Street, Ibafo, Ogun State has thrown his family members and loved ones into mourning after killing himself by hanging and then blaming his son for his actions in his suicide note.

Punch Metro reports that the 59-year-old had disappeared from the community on Tuesday and had also stopped taking his telephone calls.

Concerned residents and members of the community development association were said to have forced the door to his house open and found his body dangling from the rope.

The Abeokuta, Ogun State indigene, wrote a note before his death, which was handed over to the police from the Ibafo division.

A resident, who sighted the note and spoke on condition of anonymity, said the deceased blamed his son for his suicide.

According to him, the note read, ‘(Son’s name withheld), you are the one that put me into this problem, which made me to take my life. 3.35pm.’

He said,

“Nobody saw him throughout yesterday (Tuesday) and when they called his mobile phone, he did not pick his calls. His first daughter also called him without a response. That was why people forced his door open and found his corpse in the house.

“He hanged himself in his late wife’s room. He left a suicide note. He indicated the time he killed himself. The note has been handed over to the police. What is curious is that some of us still don’t know what the son did to him that made him to kill himself. He did not say what his son did.”

It  was later reported that one of the landlords said that the deceased had approached him for a loan of N50,000 on Monday.

The landlord, who regretted that he could not assist the victim, said he (Majekolagbe) had told him that his son was behind his travail.

He said,

“Despite the heavy rain on Monday, Baba (Majekolagbe) came to my house. He was at my place for more than two hours. He initially asked if I had a loaf of bread that he could eat, which I told him I did not have. I told him that I had pap. We prepared and took it together.

“He then begged me give him a loan of N50,000. I told him that I had just transferred money from my account and there was nothing left. He said his son was at it again and the boy had put himself into another trouble. He sounded really distressed.”

The landlord said he heard that the deceased’s son owed some people over N1m, adding that the debt was put on Majekolagbe.

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