A 21-year old man, Enyim Akpaga, has supposedly murdered himself in Amukabia town, Achalla, in the Awka North Local Government Area of Anambra State.
The man, it’s identity accumulated hailed from Ebonyi State, a source advised our journalist was suspected to have ended his life because of harsh occasions caused by the prohibition on the utilization of cruisers for transport business.
The source who talked on state of secrecy said Enyim was a business motorcyclist in the state before the exchange was prohibited by the Anambra State Government in July this year.
“Since that time, Enyim has not seen anything significant to do and he was griping to a few of us that he had turned out to be disappointed.
“In spite of the fact that it had been around about fourteen days I saw him last, I’m certain his quandary had something to do with the okada boycott in the express” the source expressed.
Our reporter discovered that Enyim was the second suicide case including an okada administrator in the state since the boycott.
The Chairman of Motorcycle Transport Union of Nigeria in Awka and environs, Kingsley Nworah, had at the warmth of the boycott said more than 10,000 adolescents would lose their occupations in the territory over the banishment.
The State government demanded that the boycott must be, expressing that the administrators on the appearance of okada riders would loot clueless individuals from the general population.
Affirming our report, the Police Public Relations Officer in the State, Haruna Mohammed said the occurrence occurred on Friday.
He stated, “One Sunday Okpaga of Ebonyi State however dwells at Oye in Achalla, Awka North LGA detailed at Achalla division that his cousin, one Enyim Akpaga purportedly dedicated suicide by hanging himself.
“Scene was visited by police investigators connected to Achalla Division and cadaver was promptly taken for internment without post-mortem examination to Ebonyi State by relatives who guaranteed and demanded that was a piece of their custom.”
Mohammed said the rationale behind the demonstration was yet to be discovered, adding that examination was progressing to learn conditions encompassing the occurrence.