Monday 7 January 2013

'Kelvin Lakoju did not kill himself" close friends of Kelvin respond

Friends and family of Kelvin Lakoju, the 28-year-old Nigerian student in India who allegedly committed suicide by jumping off the second floor of his rented accommodation, don't believe the suicide story. Close friends of the photography student said Kevin had absolutely no reason to commit suicide and he wasn't suffering from depression as it's being alleged by the Indian police.

A friend living in India said "Kelvin was killed, we know it, the Indian police knows it, they have confirmed it". Although investigations are still going on, it is believed that the possibility of suicide has been ruled out.
Kelvin was said to have received death threats from his landlord and on several occasions he had reported to his parents. Unconfirmed reports say that new findings will be sent out soon.

In the main time it has been sadness, pain and tears for friends of Kelvin.

Another longtime friend of his Kofo who also schooled in India said 
"He had lots of plans mapped out, he was going to tour the world, hungary to India and his next stop was either canada or U.S. He was so full of life, ideas, plans... which is why i don't believe that suicide rubbish. I pray whoever did this will suffer for it"

Another friend who pleaded anonymous said amidst tears "how come they were quick to conclude that it was a suicide case, just days before the incident he was very bubbly and the last set of people he spoke with said there were no signs of depression"

He was a great guy, humble, friendly and calm, he'll be greatly missed by his Family and Friends.

His friends are hereby appealing to the authority and the embassy in India to take up the case, his friends and neighbors should be questioned, everybody around should be called.

Kelvin couldn't have killed himself, he wouldn't do such a thing. Was the response of an old school friend of his.

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