The family of Jude Nicholas, the immediate past president of Nigerian Universities Education Students’ Association (NUESA), University of Ibadan, is seeking help in ascertaining his whereabouts after his suicide note went public.
In a 26-pages suicide note sent to two of Nicholas’s friends, the student narrated the health challenge he’s been battling since 2017 after he underwent a surgery for hernia in UCH Ibadan and the doctor tampered with a major vein that supplies blood from his heart to his legs.
UI student goes missing after writing a 26-page suicide note following health battle
He said the damaged veins became varicose veins and risk becoming gangrene which could lead to amputation, and he has been going in and out of the hospital, in order to save his legs but all efforts proved abortive.
Nicholas further explained that he kept his health challenges to himself, using whatever money he had to treat himself until the issue became so bad that he began visiting the hospital up to three times each week as walking became too painful.
He also said he had opened up to a lecturer at school, asking for help from the University of Ibadan, however, no help came his way as he kept being referred to different offices.
See part of the note below
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