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Sad: Man Commits Suicide After He Lost His Job & Girlfriend To His Colleague.

A man has reportedly committed suicide after losing his job because a friend lied on him.  A friend of the victim took to social mdia to share the sad news. Based on the friend, the victim’s financial strength dwindled while he was unable to secure another job immediately, which made his girlfriend ditch him for his friend.  Man commits suicide after losing job, girlfriend also left him for his friend.

The victim’s friend wrote:

“I think I should share this story with y’all, My friend Deji whom I’ve known for a long time committed suicide day before yesterday. he got fired from his job because his colleague lied on him, his Girlfriend of three years also ditched him for his friend ,just because

He wasn’t financially stable anymore . It was very hard for him , this was a Girl he took through school, got her the iPhone X she uses currently, he uses a Toyota Camry 2014. He begged her to hold on things would get better but she cursed him, saying he had bad luck

He has a son, very brilliant boy who is just 12 years, I tell you all this story with tears in my eyes because this was a guy I saw build himself up and he was never the kind of guy to hurt even a fly, finally the truth came out at work and he was to be promoted with a new car

But he’s gone, the Md himself came to my house to look for him and when he found out Deji was dead ,he couldn’t hold the tears and vowed he was going to arrest the colleague that lied on him. His son hasn’t stopped crying and his family. Don’t lay false accusations on people

Please don’t ever do it, you don’t know what they go through behind closed doors, Making someone bad doesn’t make yourself feel better. May you R.i.p”

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