Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Uber Driver Attempts Jumping Inside 3rd Mainland Brige in Lagos...See His Reason, Suicide Note (Photos)

A hustling young man who is indebted to the man whose car he is using as an Uber, has decided to join the growing trend of suicide attempts at the popular 3rd mainland bridge
in Lagos.

The gallant operatives of the Rapid Response Squad of Lagos State, have apprehended a 31-year-old Uber driver, identified as Hammed Olojo, who attempted jumping into the Third Mainland Bridge Lagoon on Sunday afternoon.

It was gathered that the suicide suspect who drove himself to the Third mainland Bridge in a Uber Toyota Corolla saloon car had written a short note and left it in the car when he was restrained by the officers who monitored him a while before walking up to him.

The ex convict, drove the grey Corolla with the registration number EKY 312 ES belonging to Kalejaiye Oluwaseyi to the bridge before attempting to leap into the Lagoon.

When the RRS Commander, ACP Tunji Disu questioned him on why he contemplated suicide, Olojo explained that he was owing N10,000 in Court 3, Ikeja High Court and the owner of the vehicle N80,000.

He revealed that things have been difficult for him and that he had tried all possible means to survive with no success, adding that his wife persuaded him from going ahead with his plan but his mind was made up and was fed up of everything.
                                                      The suicide note

Olojo, had planned to leave behind a short note in Yoruba and translated into English in the car before leaping into the Lagos Lagoon.

His suicide letter read in part “I killed myself because of the challenges I have been facing in life. I tried my best and everything has come to nothing”.

He also added in the letter that he was owing a creditor N10,000 in Court 3 of Ikeja High Court and N80,000 for the owner of the UBER car he was driving.

Kalejaiye who was at RRS office in company of his wife noted that for two weeks, he had not remitted N40,000 per week lease to him yet and he Kalejaiye, has been paying for the service of the car.

He noted that although, he told him to hand over the car last Thursday, at no time did he force him not to drive the car, adding that he was aware that he had a court case, at no time did he put him under pressure about the car.

In the note which was dated 27th August, 2017 and signed by him, Olojo indicated his phone number and the car owner’s number.


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