A Nigerian banker has reportedly committed suicide after marriage he loaned N3 million to celebrate crashed barely two months after the wedding ceremony.
The banker identified as John Okpanachi threw his relatives into mourning following his actions this past week.
1st News discovered that the deceased was identified as John. Heworked in one of the new generational banks in Kaduna and was 37 years of age.
According to the elder brother of the deceased identified as Micheal Okpanachi; a note was found beside his corpse inside his sitting room. The note revealed that he committed suicide to the crashed marriage.
Micheal added that the deceased had borrowed over N3 million from a bank for his wedding.
It was learnt that the deceased, John was a resident at the Sabo area along the refinery road in Kaduna before his death; married a lady from the Ankpa area of Kogi state. Equally important, the deceased hailed from Ofu local government in the same state with his wife.
The elder brother of the deceased said John’s marriage hit the rocks as soon as they wedded; narrating how his brother had on many occasions called him to report how the wife was trying to turn him into a house boy; an attempt he said his brother resisted.
He disclosed that the marriage finally came to an end when John’s ex-wife pulled him out of a car he was driving on a busy street of Kaduna; on the grounds that the car is a wedding gift from her father; claiming her husband has no right to drive the car without her approval.
Michael further disclosed that his younger brother, John who was angry with the development in his home terminated the marriage two months after the wedding. However, he did not come out of the trauma until he committed suicide.
John who committed suicide on Tuesday morning according to the elder brother drank a poisonous chemical suspected to be Sniper; and was seen when his neighbours forced open his door when they did not see him until 1:00 pm.
He added that his dead body has been deposited in a mortuary; while the family is preparing to take him back to Ofu for burial.