I/C- Entertainment DJ Commits Suicide
- Deletes All His Social Media Accounts
- Leaves A Suicide Letter To Be Opened By Family
A local celebrity here in Kenya, Alex Nderi best known as DJ lithium, has deleted all information in his social media accounts before committing suicide within his work premises. According to information from his colleagues, he went into the bathroom and drunk rat poison and in return back to the officers he collapsed.
They immediately rushed him to Nairobi hospital but unfortunately he passed on while receiving treatment. He has left a suicidal letter but according to the colleagues who work with him they have given it to the family so that they can open an understand why he took away his own life.
Cases of suicide have been on the increase in the recent past few days with most of them being attributed to depression caused by the hard economic times brought by covid 19 and changes in the normal set up of life that most people were used to.
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