A Twitter User, Nanichi Anese has deactivated her Twitter Account after accusing one Izuchukwu Madubueze, a creative designer of Sexual Assault which resulted in his suicide.
The Female Rights Activist with Twitter account @nanichianese deactivated her account after being called out by Twitter users.
Madubueze, a creative designer and founder of Uhuru Designz, a United States of America-based clothing company, Izuchukwu Madubueze (simpiy known as Izu), took his own life over an allegation of sexual assault.
Izu reportedly graduated from King’s College, Lagos, in 2013, before getting a scholarship to study at the University of Florida.
According to sources, the female rights activist, Nanichi Anese, added lzu’s name to a list of sexual offenders in the social media late June 2020.
She claimed to have received information from some anonymous ladies who alleged that the victim sexually assaulted them.
Izu, who was contacted by friends, who saw the post, reached out to Anese, demanding the identities of his accusers.
However, Anese allegedly declined the request, saying she had sworn to protect the ladies.
Izu announced his own death on Twitter using Crowdfire App, an application which allows users to schedule their posts.
As reactions trickled in, his accuser, Anese claimed she had spoken to him and they had apologised to each other.
When the criticisms increased, she deactivated her Twitter account. However, before deactivating the account, Anese said her intentions were noble.
“I’m aching right now and have so many thoughts, so much anger, pain, guilt, sadness. But this isn’t about me. It never has been. For those of you healing so many wounds right now, I’m sorry if any of your pain has come at my hands. This is the last of what I would ever want and I am really struggling because my friend is gone,” she wrote.