The University town of Ekpoma, in Edo State, was thrown into pandemonium when the wife of the former registrar of the Ambrose Alli University, Mrs. Kate Edokpayi, was found dead after committing suicide.
Mrs. Kate Edokpayi was an Assistant Director with the Edo State Ministry of Education, overseeing the ministry’s office in the Ekpoma before her death.
Her husband, Mr. Larry Edokpayi disclosed that her dangling body was discovered in one of the rooms in their boy’s quarters.
Although she did not leave any suicide note, it was, however, learnt that she might have been frustrated over her health challenges.
It was gathered that she had repeatedly expressed frustration over her inability to get cure for her diabetic condition.
Mr. Edokpayi, who recently retired from the service of the university, had suspected kidnapping after a long search before he was advised to check the boy’s quarters.
On getting to the quarters, he was said to have observed that the door was bolted from behind and forced it open. He was shocked to see the dangling body of his wife at the ceiling.