Izu Madubueze was a promising young Nigerian entrepreneur, he began his sewing business in his house to owning his own warehouse. He was a man driven by his love for fashion. The young entrepreneur just turned 23 this year march, he is the founder of Uhuru designs.
Izu committed suicide after being accused of rape by a twitter influencer, he made several attempts to clear his name which amounted to nothing, he was unable to handle the emotional disorder anymore, which led him to end his life. According to reports the lady who accused him of rape was the same lady he turned down her love advances.
See photos of him below;
Born in Nigeria, Madubueze moved to Oklahoma as a criminology and IT double major. According to his friend Nelson, he always exhibited intelligence and has a unique personality.
When the news of his death was announced online, his two main accusers immediately deleted their social media accounts, "what a wicked world".
May his soul rest in perfect peace.
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