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.

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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.

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Owoseni lamented the increasing rate of suicide in the country. He also revealed that henceforth, it was now an offence for individuals to walk on bridges in the state and that no vehicle would be allowed to stop on any bridge in the state henceforth in order to prevent suicide incidences.
If they commit suicide they will be sentenced to death by the government!

Oh sorry, they are probably committing suicide because of the hardship in the country which is the responsibility of the government. They are being handed a death sentence twice