Moment Man Climbs Radio Mast In Abuja To Die By Suicide

An unidentified man in Abuja has reportedly climbed a radio mast Monday morning and attempted suicide.

Channels TV reports that the man left a note detailing his intention.

It was gathered that Fire Service, NEMA, and FCT officials were present to intervene.

In a new development, it was gathered that the man is making some demands on government .

His demands include: Restoration of Fuel Subsidy: He calls on the government to reinstate the fuel subsidy to alleviate economic burdens on Nigerians.


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State of Emergency on Insecurity: Immediate action is demanded in Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Katsina, Niger, and Borno to combat terrorism and restore peace.

Open Borders for Food Importation: To tackle the food shortage crisis, he urges the government to open borders for food imports.

Out-of-School Children: He highlights the urgent need for solutions to the growing number of out-of-school children.

He pleads with fellow Nigerians to join his cause, emphasising his readiness to sacrifice his life for these critical issues.

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