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Suicide: My survival story – Tomiwa

By Guardian Life
24 September 2018   |   5:00 am
Suicide, the deliberate act of ending one’s life, is regarded as one of the leading causes of death in the world. While it is rampant among low and medium-income countries, the World Health Oganisation (WHO) said in a report that it is the second leading cause of death among people aged 19-26 globally in 2016. READ MORE: https://guardian.ng/life/world-suicide-prevention-day-survivors-tell-their-stories/

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