Campus life is sometimes perceived by others to be very easy and luxurious. This is not always the case. Life at higher institutions of higher learning is sometimes challenging. As other students enjoy life by partying every time, there are other needy students who struggle to afford food and basic requirements.
According to the information shared by Phillipe Freds on True Luos's Facebook page, a first year student pursuing a university degree in Clinical medicine from Kissi University has committed suicide and allegedly leaving a suicide note.
It is alleged that the student by the name Ken took his life at Greenlight Kissii after leaving behind a suicide note. On the he note, he claimed that he was suffering, he had no money and food and his parents neglected him.
University students also need guiding and counseling just like other students. They should not be perceived too be mature to be given counseling. Suicide is not a solution to life's frustrations and challenges. May Ken's soul rest in peace.
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