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MUK 4th-Year Law Student Commits Suicide Days After Posting On Social Media

MUK 4th-Year Law Student Commits Suicide Days After Posting On Social Media

A Makerere law student has been making news on twitter after she committed suicide. Natasha Byengyeru, first posted alarming posts on her different social media platforms. Most of the people thought she is probably looking for likes when she threatened to commit suicide. Tasha’s cause of suicide is currently not known though some are saying she must have been depressed.

In her first post, she asking for help using her Twitter handle. After a while, she posted something about suicide and maybe those who reached out, did so but late.

“Anyone please tell me the easiest way to commit suicide 😭😭😭😭. I can’t take it anymore 😭😭😭” her post read.

After a while, she posted a set of tablets that she supposedly used to commit suicide. Before this though, there were a lot of posts on her WhatsApp status that people took slightly maybe.

“What if life as we know it is completely useless and meaningless?… People are heartless and inhuman…What if I wanted to die today?…I think this world is not for me ..I am off to a better place.”

Makerere School of Law fraternity has already confirmed the sad news of the passing on of their student.

“The Makerere Law Society, with deep sorrow announces the death of Natasha Byengyeru, who has been a fourth year student…at the Makerere University School of Law.” A statement read.

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