Mr Nlandeen, a man believed to be in his early 60s committed is said to have committed suicide hours after giving a cloth to a tailor to be sown for him at Jinjinabani in the Nanumba North Municipal Assembly of the northern region.
Mr Nlandeen who left Jinjinabani to Buli, a farming community in the same municipality returned home due to some minor ailments and proceeded to Kolebeido another nearby community where the trailor and gave him the cloth to sow for him.
Mr Nlandeen on arrival at the tailor's shop, he told the he needed the cloth to the sown urgently and if the tailor fails to sow it before the next day he will not take it and that he (the tailor) should keep it.
The tailor been frightened by the instructions due to the age of Mr Nlandeen, started the sowing immediately he left and finished the following morning. He then packaged the material and set off for Jinjinabani only to be told his customer had died out of suicide.
The whole community is thrown into mourning as fear gripped them. According to relatives, they are unsure of what might have led to the situation and why a man of his age will choose suicide to escape any unbearable suffering if there's is any considering his status and role as one of the influential and well-to-do persons in the community.
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