His wife, who was also not at home at the time of the incident told the investigation police officers that her husband was disengaged from NEPA at Abeokuta two years ago, but had not been paid his entitlements. He had been engaged in small scale cement sale to sustain himself and family since then.
The deceased left a three-page suicide note which some members of the family refused to release to the police. The note was later released to the general chairman of the Idi Ose community, Chief Taiwo Alimi JP.
Chief Alimi later led the community members and the deceased’s relatives to the Akanran Police Division where the Divisional Police Officer (DPO), Aliko Dankoli (CSP), directed that the corpse be buried as requested.
The deceased was buried in his compound amidst tears and anguish wailing by family members and and sympathiser. Source: Daily Trust