Despite having an abortion for her partner, a university student in Nigeria committed suicide after he deserted her.
The unnamed student at Yaba College of Education (YABATECH) reportedly drank a deadly beverage called a sharpshooter. She broke up with him, and there was a little commotion in the girls' room.
In a video that has gone viral online, female students are seen gathering outside of their dorms after discovering that a friend had committed suicide.
It was discovered that the woman had an abortion after becoming pregnant for her lover, yet he nevertheless discontinued the relationship.
One hour after ingesting the drugs, the girl died in her hostel room, according to a source who shared the information on social media.
"Ladies, don't act like who they say we are Guys, don't do something you can't handle or control," the source advised. Two women drank two shooters after performing an abortion for a man since the fictitious lover promised not to perform the procedure again. She passed away in a hurry.
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