The Vieux Fort deceased in the suspected suicide in Augier, wanted someone to stay with him on Monday night, a relative has disclosed.
Ceasarius Bailey’s nephew has revealed that he last saw the deceased at about 7:PM that evening.
According to the nephew, Bailey’s last words to him was that he wanted company.
“He told me he wanted someone to stay with him for the night but it didn’t happen,” the nephew recalled.
He said the Vieux Fort deceased had a stormy relationship with his common law life, Guyanese national Jagmattie Sanganoo.
“They were in confusion for the last few days and it probably came to a point where he couldn’t take it anymore,” the nephew explained.
Sanganoo herself has said that she and Ceasarius Bailey had their ups and downs, with the result that she would often leave the home and return.
“Just recently I go but I come back because he always ask for a chance, always saying he will behave,” she said.
The common law wife asserted that Bailey had done her enough.
But she did not elaborate.
A relative of the deceased revealed that he had previously been married but his wife left him a few days after and consistently said that she wanted him dead.
He and Sanganoo are reported to have been living together for over twenty years.
“I feel cold because I didn’t expect this from him. The rum I think that did this,” Sanganoo asserted.
Bailey was a bus driver on the Augier to Vieux Fort route.
According to reports, on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 about 6:50 a.m. Bailey was found lifeless in his dwelling house.
A bottle containing what appeared to be a poisonous substance was found under the body of the 56 year old.
A post mortem examination has been scheduled for Wednesday, March 16, 2016.
Bailey’s death comes in the wake of a spate of suicides that Saint Lucia has recorded in recent time.