42-year-old Olasunkanmi Esho, a Nigerian pharmacist based in the US shot his Cameroonian wife, Bourk, 33, their 8 years old daughter, Olivia, and himself at a home in the 7500-block of Farmingdale Drive, Darien, Chicago.
The incident happened around 1a.m on Sunday. According to reports, Olivia died in the arms of their 13 years old son, who heard gunshots and went to call his mom, not knowing it was their dad that shot their mom. Their 4-year-old daughter also escaped the incident.
Lawrence Willis, a friend of Esho, who knew her by the name Bourk Efon Mudoh-Esho, said she was a student of his at Chicago State University and a former employee of St. Bernard Hospital and University of Illinois Chicago.