Community in Shock as Globus Bank staff, Amarachi Ugochukwu’s Lifeless Body is found inside Toilet at Ikorodu

The lifeless body of a staff of Globus Bank, Amarachi Ugochukwu was discovered at Ikorodu branch of the bank in Lagos State on January 8.

The unsettling discovery left colleagues and the community in shock.

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Amarachi, 32, who was a Marketing staff at the bank, was found on the floor of the bank’s restroom, having reportedly taken her own life.

Colleagues became alarmed when her prolonged absence from her desk, coupled with unanswered phone calls, raised concerns among them.

Upon searching for her within the premises, a colleague discovered the locked restroom. Distress heightened as repeated knocks went unanswered. Eventually, when the door was forced open, Amarachi was found lifeless on the floor.

Deceased Globus Bank Staff, Amarachi Ugochukwu Left A Note Behind citing Economic Hardship Among other factors

A note accompanied by an empty can of insecticide, presumed to be the means she used to kill herself, was discovered at the scene. In the note, dated January 8, 2024, she expressed despair over various aspects of her life, citing economic hardship, wrong decisions, and a clouded mind. She extended apologies to her parents, mentioning their names, and sought mercy from the divine in her final words.

Globus Bank staff, Amarachi Ugochukwu's Lifeless Body found in Bank Toilet at Ikorodu
Amarachi left a note behind

Colleagues, who summoned a doctor, received the grim confirmation of Amarachi’s passing. The Ikorodu division police, upon notification, visited the scene and transported the deceased to the Ikorodu General Hospital for an autopsy.

The community now grapples with the aftermath of this tragic event, prompting reflection on the mental health challenges individuals may face.

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