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Why an FCMB Manager Killed Himself at Lekki

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According to reports from First City Monument Bank Plc, Olisa Nwakoby, a staff of the bank who committed suicide on Friday before Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church in Lekki, Lagos State, had some queer difficulties which made him to be disappointed.

The bank, clarified that neither the admin nor staff of the dead man knew about the difficulties, adding that management was working with Nwakoby’s family and the police to reveal the type of difficulties faced by the man.

Forty-four-year-old Nwakoby, said to be the manager of the bank’s office in Lekki, shot himself in the head over a terrible debt which is sais to be at the range N350m on Friday.

The perished was said to have given out the whole as credit to a bank client, who professedly neglected to pay back the loan.

He was purportedly under much pressure from the bank’s administration to reimburse the credit and he got to be disappointed as he couldn’t take care of the payback.

In any case, the Acting Group Head, Communications and Brand Management of the FCMB, Lola Egboh, said the suicide had nothing to do with the bank, adding that she didn’t have the information of any advance.

Egboh, who portrayed Nwakoby’s demise as a big surprise, said the bank would have come to his aid if they knew that he had those type of difficulties.

The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Dolapo Badmos, said a gun and live cartridges were recuperated from the scene, including that Nwakoby corpse had been kept at the Lagos Island Hospital’s funeral home.

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