Malawian mum-of-three takes own life in England

A Malawi citizen Mrs Sandra Padambo, mum-of-three was tragically found hanged by after she took her own life  at home Bradford in England.

Mrs Sandra Padambo: Committed suicide

The family has confirmed  but said the matter is in the hands of British police.

Padambo committed suicide on Wednesday and reportedly left a note.

“ Police are dealing with the issue, once concluded burial will take place in Bradford at a date to be announced,” a brief statement from the family said.

The family said a vigil is being held at the deceased’s partner’s home  Guguda Padambo in Allerton, Bradford

“Gathering will continue until the body is interred,” the family said.

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COPS
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COPS

My heart is shattered, i don’t know this woman, but i trully feel for her kids, think about the children before committing suicide, u deny them the love they deserve!

JIGGIES
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JIGGIES

My heart bleeds for the kids, but y?? i keep praying to God to give me a long and healthy life so that i look after my kids, umasiye kuwawa, i cant imagine taking my own life, to crown it all lets talk to others whenever we have problems, suicide is bad and its a sin before God, This is a sad story really! Zandikhudza..

Ndendeuli
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Ndendeuli

Tadzingobweranikoni tidzidzadya chisoso kuno!

Shy
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Shy

My heart is truly broken the last image I have of her is collecting her son from school holding hands, I wish I knew something was wrong. How could she hide such darkness with a beautiful smile…I’m speechless… God cover your family at this time of sadness RIP Sister x I’m sorry.
Please if you feel that you need help ask family, friends do not suffer alone.. we are not perfect 1 for all and all for 1….

mpanda
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mpanda

So sad when i saw the beautiful picture i didn’t expect this. Missed by children friends n relatives

Benjamin Kabinda Sakala
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Benjamin Kabinda Sakala

Malawi country is under politicians,so its only them enjoying,corruption Malawi embassy u can’t believe,they a shame me in front of my Boss last year,Zimbabweans thy are like Malawians getting bribes at the security gate,I feel sad of that,Peter really destroy Malawi

Sahara
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Sahara

Butchering chizungutu. Eeee koma

Joloza
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Nkhani yake NDI maliro omwewa kapena ina. Bwinotu nanunso musaziphe

Mangochi Kabwafu
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Mangochi Kabwafu

Nde zitinso izi?

Benjamin Kabinda Sakala
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Benjamin Kabinda Sakala

Nyasatimes wait for the result from British government,don’t take chance pliz,we need main point,why thy will burried there and why she tied herself,Mr Padambo needs to answer these questions,Stop abuse women and Child? If she was cheating Mr Padambo find another one in rural area,u solve the problem,pliz pliz

Matcheso Annie
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Committing suicide in Uk/America /canada? ? Why ? What ? How ?Really ? (Sorry ! )

Sahara
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Sahara

Ndiye ndiwe mbulitu. You think people in those countries do not have personal problems? Kumayendako kuti muziona zina. Don’t just assume things.

Chimulirenji wa pa Ginnery Corner
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Chimulirenji wa pa Ginnery Corner

Depression has no boundaries my friend

Mbonga Matoga
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Mbonga Matoga

Can we all just pipe down and wait for the outcome of the police investigation …..I can tell you that the way houses are built herein the UK it is not easy for someone to hang themselves in the house……. all houses have a ceiling which makes it difficult to access the trusses more especially for a woman.. There is more to this so called suicide death than what meets the eye in my view so let us all wait for the police investigation for the truth to come out. I trust the British police than I would with any… Read more »

Pachalo
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Pachalo

Sad, taking one’s life is a tragedy ! As a nation let’s set up a deliberate policy whereby people in diaspora can contact their respective embassies for psychological counselling when the need arises. A suicide is always a preventable death!

Patricia
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Pachalo that is a very good idea however there are a lot of services in UK to help people with mental illnesses..for example there is a mental health help line called the samaritans which is free and very supportive and helpful…also places like women centres where they offer a lot of activities and counselling for free…the doctors can also provide information or refer a person for counselling..my big concern is a lot of Christians are very reluctant to seek help..maybe pastors need to encourage people to seek help provided and also to read bible and seek God..God can use mental… Read more »

Vwembe
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Vwembe

This is quite a good idea albeit this appears to be quite a specialized area. With the way embassy recruits take place I doubt if the idea would be effective