It is usually very hard for a person to take away his/her life. However, some circumstances like depression do come forcing a person to disvalue life thus ending up commiting suicide. The rate at which people are taking away their life's is rapidly increasing day to day thus becoming an issue of high concern to the local and even the international government.
Today a 3-years-old boda boda rider identified as Geoffrey Dickson Kasiita has been reported to have committed suicide at his residential house in Najjanankumbi, Kampala, Uganda over what is alleged to be facing a lot of hardship due to the imposed lockdown that is currently under enforcement.
Since 18th of July, 2021, Ugandan's have been under lockdown that has left many citizens under hardship life due to lack of employment and inability to even feed their families. According to Ugandan's this is very absurd and if nothing will be done, more people will continue commiting suicide.
@Paul; The lockdown is simply intended to impoverish Ugandan's so that dictator Museveni can have an easy ride.
@Dennison; You see where Ugandan's we are ending to and the leaders are busy making noise of being threatened yet they are sitting on covid-19 million.
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