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Entertainers advise against rising spate of suicide in Nigeria

By TVC News Nigeria
04 June 2019   |   6:49 am
The increasing cases of suicide in the nation calls for serious concern such that one can no longer keep quiet. In the last few weeks, many people, mostly youths and young people, have taken their lives prematurely.

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