Alex Nderi popularly known as DJ Lithium has been reported dead today morning after taking rat poison yesterday evening while he was at work in Capital FM office. As reported by his colleagues, DJ Lithium was seemingly disturbed the whole period while at work and you could clearly see that he was depressed. He never told anybody about what was happening to him but everybody assumed that it might be some small personal issues. Apparently, he worked for some hours and when he couldn't control himself no more, he left and went to a private section. It has been reported that he deleted all his social media accounts and texted few close friends as well as family members. He basically sent a message saying 'I'm gone'. He proceeded and penned a suicidal note citing family issues as the cause of his depression and he had reached a point where he could not handle it anymore. He took that poison and by the time when his colleagues noticed, he was in devastating condition. They called an ambulance that rushed him to Nairobi hospital but he died before medication. Rest In Peace.
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