Deeper Life Pastor Commits Suicide After Being Duped

Duped Deeper Life Church pastor commits suicide

A pastor
with the Deeper Life Bible Church, Mr. Tunde, has reportedly committed
suicide at the Mowe area of Ogun State after being defrauded of


The incident, which occurred on Friday, threw the whole Atala community into confusion.

to people in the community, Tunde started a Thrift Contribution
business two years ago, after he was sacked from his former company.

the fateful day of the incident, the deceased sent his wife on errand,
but before she returned, Tunde had emptied a bottle of Sniper into his
mouth. The wife returned to meet him writhing in pain.

The wife
later told people that she returned to find Tunde writhing on the
ground. She raised the alarm, alerting other members of the community.

Tunde was rushed to a private hospital, where he was confirmed dead.

Telegraph learnt that after Tunde was confirmed dead, his wife wept
uncontrollable. Some residents described the pastor as an easy going
person in the community.

One of the neighbours, who spoke on
condition of anonymity, said he was in his apartment on the fateful day,
when he heard the cries of Tunde’s wife. He noted that the woman was
screaming for help, causing him and other tenants to dash out.

neighbour added: “I have not heard the woman scream in that manner
before. It was unusual. It was when I and other neighbours rushed
towards her that we saw the husband on the ground, writhing in pain. We
rushed him to the hospital. It was when we got to the hospital that we
discovered that he took Sniper.

“The doctor said there was
nothing he could do at that particular time. We lost him. The deceased
was working in a reputable organisation before he was sacked. In order
not to remain idle, he took to thrift collection, and he was doing well.
But he was defrauded of his clients’ money. I believe that he took his
life because he didn’t want to be put to shame. But killing himself was
not the solution. I pray his soul will rest in peace.”

neighbour, who gave his name simply as Bayo, said: “The death of the
pastor was unfortunate. I believe if he had shared the issue with some
of his co-pastors, at the church, they probably would have come to his
aid. But the action he took was not the best solution to the problem. I
pray that God will receive his soul and take care of the family he left

Source:- Newtelegraphng

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