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Former Kwara State University Lecturer Commits Suicide

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Dr. Solomon Osunlola

A previous speaker at the Department of Crop Production, College of Agriculture, Kwara State University, Malete, , submitted suicide yesterday Friday, November seventeenth.

As indicated by reports, the recorder of had written to advise him of his change to an agreement staff from a full-time arrangement. This apparently got the expired so discouraged that some of his companions needed to look for profound help since it turned into a genuine case.

The expired had lost his better half three months prior. One of his companions had offered to help him with a vocation at Landmark University yet Osunlola declined and declined to present his certifications.

Recently, his relatives needed to constrain his room entryway open after he didn’t advance out in the morning. Tragically, they found that he had conferred suicide.

Affirming his demise, the executive, Public Relations, KWASU, Dr. IsiakaAliagan, said

“The Management of KWASU, Malete, might want to clear up that the late Dr. Oluremi Solomon Osunlola, was a Lecturer 1 in the Department of Crop Production, College of Agriculture. He joined the administrations of the Institution on a full-time arrangement in 2010. Nonetheless, amid staff confirmation, it was found that the late Osunlola had officially resigned from the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Kwara Office, before taking up a full-time meeting with KWASU.

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