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The beautiful Nigerian lady who shared suicidal notes on her Facebook page is said to be stable and receiving treatment at a hospital.

It was earlier reported that the Port Harcourt-based lady, Onwuzuruike Chidera, stirred a wave of panic among her friends and family with a series of cryptic post she shared about death.

She wrote, “They are here to take me home“. In another post, she added, “Rest In Peace, Dera. You have done your best. Rest, now.”

In a new update shared via her Facebook page, Chidera, who is said to be battling chronic clinical depression, is said to be stable now and surrounded by her family and colleagues.

“Good evening to you all. Thanks for your show of love and concern. Family members and colleagues at work are with CHIDERA now. She is stable. Pls pray for her full recovery. God bless you all”

“Apologies for not being able to take all your calls. The latest is that she’s been having some health challenges. She’s stable now, with family members, colleagues and friends,” the message read.

Meanwhile, Chidera had earlier disclosed that she was diagnosed with schizophrenia in a Father’s day post she shared on Facebook.

The first class graduate wrote,

“When I was first diagnosed of schizophrenia, this man cried so much that I got scared. He went to the Holy Eucharist with me everyday and prayed for me for roughly one month,” the message partly read.

“My father, God bless him, is the kind of father I won’t trade in him for another.
I know people would want Dangote and Otedola to be their father and be less appreciative of the one God gave to them! That’s being ungrateful!

“I could still see my father’s smile on my graduation day! We have our squabbles and misunderstandings but he is still my father and will always be! He is “Nna Chidera First Class” I was the first to get it in my family. I did it for my Father who always wanted to be a lawyer as a child too! I might not be a Lawyer but I am thriving in my field and thanks to this man who believed that training me was not a waste. Fathers matter.”

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