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A Kenyan man identified as Lawrence Munene has shocked many after it was discovered that before he committed suicide, he left behind a suicide note, his phone security pattern and surprisingly his money transfer pin.

The 23-year-old deceased, who came from Kithiruri village in Kianjakoma Sub-location of Kenya took his life in his house on Monday September 6 and his corpse was discovered after the deceased’s sister knocked on his door and got no response, the late Lawrence’s father, Silas Nyaga said.

Nyaga said;

“My daughter (Ann Murugi) alerted me on what was happening and when I went to try to open the door, I realized it was closed from inside.”

In his suicide note, the late Lawrence said his final goodbye to his close family and begged those who he had offended for forgiveness.

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He willed his goats to his nephew, who is his sister’s son.

The suicide note read in part;

“I am so sorry to everyone who I have wronged. Please live a lovely and enjoyable life until we meet again. I will miss you so much.”

Mr Silas Nyaga wondered what made his son take his own life after the late Lawrence’s phone was unlocked, and it was just his conversation with his closed pal that was found in it.

Cecilia Wanja, the mother of the deceased, described her late son as a kind and humble person, who would always assist her whenever she needed him.

“My son did not show any form of disturbance or discomfort because he wore a cool face and did not show any signs of depression.”

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Ezekiel Njagi, who’s the district chief of Kianjokoma, expressed sadness over Lawrence’s death and he advised young people to look for viable ways to solve their personal challenges instead of resorting to suicide.

He said;

“I urge the younger generation to seek help from counsellors whenever they feel stressed. We are ready to listen and change situations for the better instead of losing someone’s life.”

The body of the late Lawrence Munene has been deposited at Gakwegori mortuary, while the family makes plans for his burial



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