Another young Nigerian has committed suicide by hanging himself in an uncompleted building in Lagos.
A troubled man who was unable to cope with the worries of life, decided to take the short cut out of life by hanging himself in an uncompleted building at Lawal Unity Street, Meiran, Ile-Iwe bus stop, in the Ile-Iwe community in the Meiran area, Lagos State, throwing residents into confusion.
According to Punch Newspaper, residents of the area woke up on Thursday, 29 January, 2015, to meet the sight of a man dangling from a rope in the abandoned building.
The man who was later identified by the police as Mosunmola Raphael, a 28-year-old man, was said to have been a total stranger wearing a white caftan. His body was brought down by the residents before the police took him away.
The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Kenneth Nwosu said that his relatives came out to identify him and reported to have had some mental and personal problems for sometime.
Recall that on the same date, a young man had also committed suicide by taking a jump into the Lagos lagoon on the Third Mainland Bridge.