The quick mediation of neighbors on Thursday, June 25, spared a mother of two, Mrs Bukola Agboola, who endeavored to commit suicide in the Abule-Egba region of Lagos state.
As indicated by Vanguard, the casualty who dwells at Number 2 Kuburat Lawal road in Abule Egba, drank sniper and was holding on to kick the bucket when she was found and rescued. She was hurried to a medical clinic where specialists were able to stabilize her health condition.
Sharing her experience on her sickbed, Bukola said she chose to take her life over the steady physical and psychological mistreatment her husband, Mr Wasiu Agboola, has supposedly exposed her to throughout the years. She said her better half was in the habit for beating and exacting pain on her.
SEE ALSO: New Coronavirus symptoms discovered
“Receiving all forms of maltreatment from my husband, who often beats me up any time of the day got to me and I decided to rent an apartment just to safe myself from untimely death. Having reported to his father who did not subscribe to his attitude, he advised me not to leave my children with him so as not to make them suffer as no adequate care will be given to them.
I managed to raise some fund through the sale of bottled engine oil, but when my husband left no money for us to feed, I had to break my save to buy them some foodstuffs. I decided to commit suicide when I gave it a thought that I cannot go any further in that kind of situation so I drank sniper out of frustration.
I am tired of the relationship and have reported the issue to the person who is left as my mother since my biological parents died. Unfortunately, she is visually impaired and could not prevail on my husband. I am in a tight corner and just need a break”, she lamented.
As indicated by the neighbors, the spouse who is a motorcycle rider, frequently depends on beating Bukola whenever they have a misunderstanding particularly when he is requesting sex from her. The neighbors claim that Wasiu was likewise prone to toss his wife out of their home into the road after any quarrel.
Bukola was released from the emergency clinic and alluded to the Psychiatric medical clinic Yaba, for appropriate guiding.