The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

Why does Poirot give Sheppard the option of suicide?

Shepard says he is killing himself to protect his sister from scandal, but why would Poirot offer this out? Is 't he still obliged to name the murderer, especially since according to the police inspectors, all of the evidence points to an innocent man?

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