US based Nigerian pharmacist, wife and daughter found dead in their home

Nigerian pharmacist

Olasunkanmi Esho, a Chicago-based Nigerian pharmacist, has allegedly killed his Cameroonian wife, Bourk Esho, and their eight-year-old daughter, Olivia.

The 42 years old Olasunkanmi resident in 75th Street, Farmingdale Drive Ilinois, Chicago, U.S.A, was said to have also shot himself dead after the incident.

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The Chicago Tribune reported that the Darien Police Department had started investigations into the tragedy.

According to the report, the police responded to a call about shots fired, finding the three family members dead.

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The Darien Police Commander, Gerald Piccoli, said the police were following up on the incident.

“The DuPage County Sheriff’s Department gathered evidence at the scene for the police department,” Piccoli added.

However, no official reports has been made concerning the cause of the tragedy.

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