Mad Love 21-yr-old student attempts suicide over cheating girlfriend

A young student in Uganda attempted killing himself after realising that his girlfriend was cheating on him.

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The suicidal Obed Muhoozi

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A 21-year-old student of the Bishop Braham University College Kabale, Uganda, identified as Obed Muhoozi, is currently battling for survival at the Rugarama Hospital, after slitting his own throat in an attempt to commit suicide after realising that his girlfriend was cheating on him, Trending Uganda reports.

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According to the report, Muhoozi attempted killing himself in his Top View Hostel dormitory room at about 4pm on Tuesday, March 8.

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The report reads:

"His friends reported that the boy was unhappy with the state of things with his girlfriend identified only as Nahabwe and after attempts to stop her from cheating, he tried to kill himself.

The friends revealed that Muhoozi, a first year student of Social Work and Social Administration, had called Nahabwe, his girlfriend and also a student of the campus, who had promised earlier to spend Women’s Day with him but her phone was instead picked up by another male.

Distraught and emotionally unbalanced, Muhoozi grabbed a knife and slit his own throat. His friends however managed to sabotage his plan as they rushed him to the hospital where he currently is fighting for survival.

Doctors reports that he has lost a lot of blood. The Dean of the University, Godwin Kizza also confirmed the incident but declined answers to further questions."

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