RCCG minister commits suicide in Abuja

RCCG minister commits suicide in Abuja

RCCG minister commits suicide in Abuja

A Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) gospel minister identified as Michael Arowosaiye, has allegedly committed suicide.

According to his friend, the incident happened around 4pm on Tuesday, May 14, 2019, at Sunnyvale Estate. The deceased allegedly hanged himself with his belt.

It was gathered that Michael, who recently ministered during a Youth Praise event at the church, entered into depression over his accommodation issues before taking the drastic step.

RCCG minister commits suicide in Abuja

This is just beyond shock. How can this People have been shocked by this sad incident.

In one of the online forum someone wrote:

Anonymous: I’ve read over five suicide stories in less than two wks now in Naija, and I av to be honest with you, most of them are promising young guys with a bright future. Just yesterday I read about a young poet who drank a toxic substance to truncate his young and positive life. Years back I hardly here about all these. Fellows Nigerians, the country is in a mess, our honest youngsters who hasnt got the mind for fraud (yahoo) and desperate acts are giving up hope and fate in their future. Is this endtime or maladministration on the part of our leaders. Its becoming a hopeless situation we found ourselves. And its most unfortunate, we care less about one another, there’s absolutely love lost in all facets of our society. To be honest I’m scared, who knows who’s next?

Anonymous: I do not want to believe he took his life cos of accommodation, there is more to this story. If you have issues, speak to someone who will listen and give the best advise even if it’s not monetary… dee

This rate of suicide among is beyond what anyone would imagine. Life has placed so much pressure on men. The pressure for material achievement, expectations from people, family and society, dreams and goals has been placed before them to pursue. Failure is not an option, but suicide.

Do not die in silence. What you did not achieve today, you will achieve tomorrow. Speak to Some today.

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