It was with shock that Nigerian received the news of a serving corps member who hails from Kogi State, Miss Princess Motunrayo Bolufemi, and committed suicide after drinking two bottles of snippers.
The lady from Gbedde-Ijumu in Kogi State was a graduate of Banking and Finance from Prince Abubakar Audu University Anyigba.
She was a Batch “C” National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member serving at Girls Secondary School, Ibagwa-Aka, Igbo-Eze South local government council of Akwa-Ibom state.
She committed suicide on Friday after drinking two bottles of snippers.
Bolufemi left a suicide note saying “life is not worth living.”
The suicide note read thus, “I did this because I see nothing worth living. Bolufemi Princess Motunrayo.
“Mummy, I love you. Daddy, I love you. Matthew and John, you guys should take care. We will meet where we will depart no more. I Iove you guys.
It has been gathered that the National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB) has ordered that the screening of ‘Sugar Rush’ in cinemas be stopped.
In a statement released on their social media page, the board said the temporary approval given for the movie exhibition has expired.
“It has come to our notice that #BringBackSugarRush is currently gaining momentum on Twitter with many speculating a ban on the movie ‘Sugar Rush’ and presuming the supposed action as a sign of government’s intention to stifle creativity,” it said.
“The movie has not just significantly increased box office revenues within a short period but has improved...