Man plunged into River over false accusations
In a viral video obtained by Naijacrawl, a young man was captured plunging into a river on Saturday 22nd of Oct in Lagos.
Though, the identity of the man is yet to be authoritatively ascertained, a Facebook User named Ngozi Blessing who shared the video revealed that the incident took place at Idumota Bridge, Lagos Island.
Her post alleged that the man took to suicide because he was framed for stealing a huge amount of money, which he denied knowledge of.
In The Video, attempts made by some spirited citizens around the scene of the incident to stop the suicide failed, as the man rebuffed all pleas and dived into the river.
It is not certain at the time of this report if any rescue efforts were made after the victim took the plunge.
In a text accompanying the video, Blessing wrote: “He was saying in oyinbo that they framed him that he stole a huge of money which he did not and they said they give him 24 hours to refund the money and he did not steal.
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