Monday 23 July 2018

Osun State late Permanent Secretary's son commits suicide

The first son of the late Permanent Secretary, Bureau of General Services, Office of the Governor of Osun State, Tolulope Kolawole has committed suicide.
It was gathered that the young man ended his life because he could no longer make ends meet. Residents of the Halleluya Estate in Osogbo, where he lived, said that the news went round the area on Thursday that Tolulope hung himself .

His mother, Olufunke Kolawole was abducted on her way to Abuja on an official assignment and eventually killed in Kogi State last year. Tolulope, who left a wife behind, was said to have complained bitterly about the downward in the farm he was managing.

A resident of the area, who identified himself as Remi Taiwo said that the deceased had a friend in Ibadan, Oyo State, who he confided in that he was finding things very tough and that his wife had complained bitterly about it.

He said “The friend whose name I can't recall was said to have been very helpful with monetary support and had warned him against taking any negative step to finding a solution to his challenge.”

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