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Man Reportedly Attempted Suicide Along Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos | WATCH



An Instagram user, Olamilekan Abayomi (@leszycashflow) has shared a video of a man who tried to commit suicide by jumping off Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos.

He shared the photo below with the caption:

Another one averted again. A man parked his car on 3rd Mainland bridge and intended to jump off… Thank God he didn’t because of his friend who held on him big time… Happening now


  1. shior

    January 17, 2017 at 10:46 am

    mental illness and Depression is real. Talking about it helps do not think because we are black we are built with bullet proof vests. there needs to be major awareness in Nij not every problem deserves go pray or go see a pastor. GET PROFESSIONAL HELP

  2. Mrs oluwole

    January 17, 2017 at 12:46 pm

    This brought tears to my eyes. It’s not always about mental illness or depression! A man that has no kobo in his pocket might just feel life is not worth living again, every one with his/her issues. Times are hard. How I wish we can get more information about what the man’s issues are so that people can help him. Please Bellanaija do a followup.

    • Amaa

      January 17, 2017 at 2:14 pm

      Nigeria used to be a country with so much hope. Even if you had no money in your pocket ther was hope hope that it’s will get better. With this administrations clueless ness about everything it has pushed Nigerians towards a state of hopelessness and it is sad that it has come to this . People just want to end it all. You hustle work hard and yet you don’t see the fruit of your labor. The other day a friend of mine took his car to a fuel station in Lagos and spent 8k to fill his tank which was on quarter could you imagine that it was barely on half tank when he complained they said his gauge was bad tell me what will the common man do in this situation. It’s sad. That is why that spoilt governors daughter will open her gullet and spill that rubbish about lautech student and what her incompetent father is doing to the future of children and feel justified doing it .

    • NG

      January 17, 2017 at 4:52 pm

      The tragedy of course is that certain group(s) in Nigerian think only in terms of ethnicity when comments are made about the state of affairs in this country. Without let, they doggedly but blindly (in a most horrible manner too) cling to solutions that are no solutions at all.

      Niger people, try all you can, until fundamental structural changes take place in this country, non of us is moving forward at the pace we could. It is not a curse and it is not about your personal attainments. It is a national fact i am stating. Until the north agrees to fundamental restructuring, by dialogue or by the South West rising to support what is proper and foregoing a mess of pottage for today, we will be going round in circles. But then, that only leaves room for some not-so-peaceful push for change because some people truly are fed up off being run aground by archaic cultures and inclinations of others.

  3. Robin Hood

    January 17, 2017 at 1:15 pm

    Maybe he took part in MMM……………..

    • Nationalsquirrel

      January 17, 2017 at 3:18 pm

      Too soon motherf-er!
      So tragic how fools say shot for likes

  4. Nationalsquirrel

    January 17, 2017 at 3:18 pm

    Why is there all this Yoruba noise. Ugh

  5. nene

    January 17, 2017 at 10:58 pm

    it is well. we should all be grateful regardless of what we’re going through.

  6. ti

    January 18, 2017 at 1:46 pm

    and so nene typed d usual bullshit

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