Woman commits suicide four months after bearing twins

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at 08:00 AM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)

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A nursing mother has committed suicide, four months after giving birth to a set of twins, on Oremerin Street, Ladilak, Somolu, Lagos State.

The woman, Mrs. Muji Kazeem, a hairdresser, was found dead in a well on Tuesday morning. The well was located two houses to the apartment that Muji and her husband, Adewale, were staying.

Our correspondent, who visited the Kazeems, learnt that the twins came after five years of marriage.

Kazeem, 28, said his wife was found dead in the well two days after she was declared missing.

He said, “We were together on Sunday night having prayers around 9.30pm. Then, the babies started crying, so I told her to go and Bosom -feed them.

“By the time I finished praying, she had slept off with the twins on the bed. I spread a mat on the floor by the entrance and slept off.

“Muji woke up around 11.30pm and went outside. One of my friends told me that he saw her at that time taking cool air before he went inside to sleep.”

Kazeem said he was awaken by the wailing of the twins around 1am. He said he searched for their mother without success.

When the day broke, Kazeem raised the alarm that his wife was missing. The neighbourhood was said to have been thrown into confusion as a search party was organised to look for her without success. The matter was later reported at the Pedro Police Station.

Kazeem said, “We saw her clothes near the well on Monday night and became hopeful. We intensified prayers for her. But it was 7am  the following day that a woman, who wanted to draw water from the well, observed that the drawer did not get water. She got a torchlight, pointed it down the well and saw the swollen corpse of my wife.”

He said Muji had been buried at the Atan Cemetry at Yaba in line with Islamic rites.

“We buried her at the Atan Cemetery after obtaining police report. My mother has taken the babies for care,” he said.

Kazeem described his late wife as a gentle and cheerful woman, who never fought or quarrelled with anyone since he met her.

He said, “We have never had any reason to fight or disagree. I don’t know if she offended anyone who decided not to forgive her. But for me, I have taken this as my destiny.”

However, PUNCH Metro learnt that the deceased had been depressed a few days before her death.

A source within the area, said the 25-year-old mother, could sometimes be lost in thought for several hours and would not respond to greetings until people shouted at her.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Ngozi Braide, promised to get back to our correspondent when she was contacted on the telephone.

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winace at 08:23 AM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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Now who did she leave dis bundle of joy for? Killing herself is not d solution for CHRIST sake.
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ThoRam at 09:21 AM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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Very sad! I'm sorry for the babies  Cry  
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Toks-E at 09:39 AM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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Not everyone is capable of handling pressures especially if there isn't any trustworthy helping hand.

Such a sad one

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angesco at 09:43 AM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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Oh dear. Motherless children - pitiful!

I fear this could be a case of post natal depression. I am not sure how ante natal classes or post natal in Nigeria or even doctors prefer mothers for this.

I have seen cases of first time mothers being discharged within hours due to financial constraints. Then there are no follow up calls by health visitors to see how these women are coping. Coping with one child is hard - twins even harder. Means double attention.

Nigeria should by now have their house in order concerning the health of the  nation. We are trying to put a man on the moon but those living on the earth are hardly surviving.
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angesco at 09:45 AM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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Quote from: angesco on 09:43 AM,  9/08/2013
Oh dear. Motherless children - pitiful!

I fear this could be a case of post natal depression. I am not sure how ante natal classes or post natal classes  in Nigeria or even doctors prepare  mothers for this.

I have seen cases of first time mothers being discharged within hours due to financial constraints. Then there are no follow up calls by health visitors to see how these women are coping. Coping with one child is hard - twins even harder. Means double attention.

Nigeria should by now have their house in order concerning the health of the  nation. We are trying to put a man on the moon but those living on the earth are hardly surviving.
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sucre4u at 09:56 AM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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Wat cld av lead 2 dat?
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Noble12 at 10:01 AM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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1daful
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chicco77 at 10:03 AM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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sad RIP
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ezchusa at 10:05 AM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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Alright

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merion at 12:04 PM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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sad!
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steveoneal at 12:39 PM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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Quote from: angesco on 09:43 AM,  9/08/2013
Oh dear. Motherless children - pitiful!

I fear this could be a case of post natal depression. I am not sure how ante natal classes or post natal in Nigeria or even doctors prefer mothers for this.

I have seen cases of first time mothers being discharged within hours due to financial constraints. Then there are no follow up calls by health visitors to see how these women are coping. Coping with one child is hard - twins even harder. Means double attention.

Nigeria should by now have their house in order concerning the health of the  nation. We are trying to put a man on the moon but those living on the earth are hardly surviving.
thats what i thought as well, it could be post-natal  depression , that is if it wasnt a murder,,
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dickman2 at 12:57 PM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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she no try at all..
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paulohking at 01:38 PM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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ok
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MOnkey at 01:48 PM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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PRAYER: May the Most High God see you through to His presence in Heaven, and may your children find favor on the bed of Life. Also may all who may be feeling pain at heart find rest and be consoled by the presence of Heaven. Amen.

To you RIP, To your children and family: Good Health and LL

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osamabinladin at 02:13 PM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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So Sad !
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ebiteck at 02:51 PM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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what should i call this
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papadip at 02:59 PM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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I can almost guarantee that this may be a case of "Post Partum Depression"

May her soul "Rest in Peace"

...very tragic indeed... This can happen to anyone regardless of status.
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osarobo62 at 03:39 PM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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Quote from: papadip on 02:59 PM,  9/08/2013
I can almost guarantee that this may be a case of "Post Partum Depression"

May her soul "Rest in Peace"

...very tragic indeed... This can happen to anyone regardless of status.
most likely the issue
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nzewyte at 04:09 PM, 9/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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Hmmm d story sounds somehow! I don't knw abt u oo?

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