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    Metro JUST IN: Panic as man on jumps into Lagos lagoon from Third Mainland bridge –

    The suicidal rates in Nigeria have increased in the last few years – Reports of people jumping into the Lagos lagoon via the Third Mainland bridge seems to be reoccurring incident – Rescuers are currently searching for a man who reportedly jumped into the lagoon this morning, Saturday, … Read...
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    Metro Read Full Story Of Woman Who Jumped Off Third Mainland Bridge In Lagos - ChinnysBlog

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    Metro Lagos Trader Arraigned For Attempted Suicide Regains Freedom

    Titilayo Momoh, a textile dealer at Balogun Market, Lagos who was arraigned for attempting to jump off the third Mainland bridge in Lagos has regained her freedom. PUNCH reports that A.T. Olaleye, a prosecutor from the Lagos State Ministry of Justice announced that the Directorate of Public...
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    Fighting Depression: The Silence Killing Nigerians

    Nigeria is a country that is growing and evolving at a rapid pace. For those who live and work throughout Nigeria, the change sweeping the country is both good and bad. In terms of good, it can be seen in the perceived increased opportunities for students and professionals as well as, a growing...
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    Metro Committing Suicide, Walking On Bridges Now An Offence In Lagos - Police

    Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni today said committing suicide was an offence under the law. He made the remark after the rescue of an unnamed woman who tried to jump off Third Mainland bridge into the Lagoon; GUARDIAN NEWS reports. READ: Lagos: Police Save Woman Attempting...
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    Metro Lagos: Police Save Woman Attempting To Jump Into Lagoon From Third Mainland Bridge

    The Nigerian Police Force, Lagos state command today rescued a woman, Taiwo Titilayo Momoh, who attempted to commit suicide on the Third Mainland Bridge. Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni told newsmen at the Lagos Government Secretariat, Alausa, Lagos, Southwest Nigeria on...