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Thursday, January 24, 2019

Man Prevented From Committing Suicide In Lagos...

A 25-year-old man was prevented from jumping into the Lagos lagoon in an apparent suicide attempt on Wednesday in Lagos.

The man has been identified as Mohammed Jafar, and was rescued by the officials of Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA) while trying to jump off the Carter bridge and later handed over to the police.

*Eyaaaaaah Now he would have to add to his woes by paying having money to sort them out....Bail is free in Nigeria right?I mean for cases like this?May God you this man from whatever made him wanna take his precious life...


  1. This is so sad, at what point did our country get to this depression-suicide stage?? It is well

  2. It's well.
    Please people should try to check up on their loved ones, friends.
    So many terrible things are happening.

  3. May the heavens be opened unto this man and shower more than enough blessings to him.. Amen

  4. Why did they close his eyes? @Blessed Princess

  5. Na wa. More survelance on that bridge

  6. Father Hear the Cry Of Your Children.. People Attempting Suicide is Becomingt too Much..

  7. This Buhari-led APC government is just the limit! And they want continuity? God save your children, pleeeaase!!!!

  8. They should watch his every move. He will try again. They usually do. Ma the Lord help him and family

  9. If only the politicians should bring out their stolen money for development incidents like this would reduce.

  10. Good. Where he wan go? All of us must enjoy "Sai baba" together.


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