Tragedy Strikes as Entrepreneur Chris Ozobia Takes His Own Life in Enugu

Tragedy Strikes as Entrepreneur Chris Ozobia Takes His Own Life in Enugu

Spread the love

Chris Ozobia, a father of four hailing from Onitsha in Anambra state, tragically ended his own life in Enugu. The incident occurred at his block industry situated at Ugbo Owa, near the old airport road in Emene, Enugu, on Sunday, March 3, 2024.

The 40-year-old Ozobia left behind his wife and four children, aged between 3 and 9 years old, residing in the standard layout near Tarmac School in Emene, Enugu.

According to a close friend of the deceased, who spoke anonymously to the press, Ozobia took his life while at work after deceiving his wife into leaving the house. His lifeless body was discovered the following day, Monday, March 4, 2024, after his wife and child found his phone switched off at home.

The friend recounted, “Only he knew why he left; he left no note, so nobody knows why he took this decision because he was full of life and enjoyed himself. He ended his life at his block industry located at Ugbowa along the old airport road.”

“On Sunday morning, he left his house and told his wife he was going to see his cement dealer at Penoks junction. Concern grew when he didn’t return, and his phone was unreachable. His wife, alarmed by the unusual silence, found his phone switched off in their room.”

“The following day, she went to his block industry and discovered him lying lifeless. The police arrived and took his remains, later releasing them to the neighborhood that assisted in placing him in the morgue.”

“Various speculations have emerged, but it is learned that he consumed two large bottles of sniper, which he bought at Eke Obinagu market.”

“Ozobia, a graduate of the University of Benin, had never shown any suicidal tendencies. His family is struggling, and his children are still in primary school, in need of assistance during this challenging time,” the friend concluded.

Spread the love

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *