Aug 10, 2022

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Huge Tragedy As 28-Year-Old Man Jumps Into Lagos Lagoon – Legit.ng

  • Ibadan, a young man from Oyo State, committed suicide by jumping into a Lagos Lagoon
  • Before he made this decision, the The deceased is said to have been walking around Elegushi beach earlier, last week Wednesday, Wednesday July 7th to be exact
  • The spokesman for the state police von Lagos, who confirmed this development, noted that the body of the deceased was deposited in the morgue

A 28-year-old man identified simply as Sodiq Aremu took his own life by jumping into Lagos Lagoon in the Elegushi area of ​​the state.

The deceased is believed to have died around 11:00 am, according to the Daily Trust shore of Elegushi Beach pm on Wednesday, July 7, 2022.

Police Respond

A police source said before ir If anyone could decipher what had happened, the deceased dropped a bag and jumped into the water.

Police PPRO speaks

Lagos Police spokesman , SP Benjamin Hundeyin, who confirmed the incident, said the body floated two days later.

Hundeyin, who disclosed that the deceased was from the Ona Ara area in Ibadan, Oyo State, added that the deceased simply dropped his bag and jumped onto Elegushi Beach.

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“Consequently, a team of police officers from the naval unit of the state police command visited the crime scene. The photo of the body was taken before the body was placed in the morgue.”

We have not seen his body: family screams, begins search for 21-year-old man who fell into Lagos Lagoon jumps

The family of a man identified as Olalekan Odunare who jumped into a lagoon in the Epe area of ​​Lagos have started searching for him.

Viral video from The Nation shows Olalekan sitting on the railing of the Lagos Bridge before jumping into the lagoon.

A voice in the 30-second video, who filmed him, can be heard asking Olalekan what’s wrong with him, but he didn’t answer.

Ojodu LCDA reveals the number of students, who died in a truck accident in Lagos and names them

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Ojodu Local Council Development Association (LCDA) had revealed the identity of the secondary school students who died in the truck incident that occurred in the Ojodu area of ​​Lagos State on Tuesday December 7th.

The students were going home after school around 2pm when the truck ran them over.

In a published Wednesday 8 December In a statement, Ojodu LCDA Executive Chairman Odunmbaku ‘Segun said two students were confirmed dead on the spot while 12 others were injured.

Source: Legit.ng