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Friday, 30 June 2017

Depression almost pushed me to commit suicide – Ubi Franklin

TripleMG boss, Ubi Franklin, shocked fans and friends alike on Thursday when he shared a personal secret on the social media.

On Instagram, Franklin recounted how, between July 2016 and March 2017, he struggled hard with depressive moments that would have pushed him to commit suicide.

During that period, he noted, his life took a turn for the worse and he practically lost control of his actions.

“I was quite depressed and it became so bad that my life began to deteriorate so much that I literally couldn’t eat nor sleep and other members of my family and my close friends became really scared,” the post reads in part.

“I had thought that the depression would stop at this point, but, to my dismay, it didn’t. Even after I finished paying for my mortgage, it grew worse.

“I was so scared and all I kept saying and asking myself was ‘Who will take care of my son? I got home and started acting in a funny manner. My security guard had already turned on the generator. I screamed at him to turn it off that I needed some peace and quiet. I was in that dark house all by myself and everything was falling part,” he said.

He added: "SATAN WILL TRY TO BREAK YOUR SPIRIT! DON'T ALLOW HIM... PRAY!!! So yesterday as I was on the train to catch up my meeting in Milan and was reminiscing on the events in my life in the last one year, as regards “where, what and why”… This story I am about to share with you now just literally crossed through my thoughts, and I felt I could help someone with my testimony…"

He then ended the post with a piece of advice:

“Brothers and sisters, I want to admonish you today to pray fervently. Don’t let anything or the Devil to break you. I assure you that some things won’t matter after some time.”

More of his post below..








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