Microfinance bank manager allegedly commits suicide over 1M loan


Sola Ogungbe a 41year-old manager of SEAP Micro-Finance Bank Saki,  has reportedly committed suicide in his Iseyin home.

It was reliably gathered that Sola rolled out loan facilities to some customers who defaulted in repayment. 

Information pierced revealed that on Wednesday afternoon, a staff called Ogungbe’s wife because the late manager had not been reporting at work over the loan default crisis. 

On getting home to report the call to her husband, the wife met his corpse.

A close friend of the deceased, who pleaded anonymity, said the deceased made a mistake by taking his life instead of discussing the issue with his friends.

He said: “The issue of suicide is becoming alarming, Sola made a great mistake by taking his own life because of debt, if he had shared this issue with his friends, maybe somebody would have come to his aid.

”Everyone is going through one thing or the other but our survival is anchored upon a communal living and friendship, tell people about your issues, you don’t even know who can help you.”

The body of the deceased has been taken to his hometown in Omu- Aran, Kwara State for burial


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