Kogi Civil Servant Attempts Suicide By Hanging Self On Tree Over Unpaid Salaries

kogi civil servant attempts suicide

Kogi Ministry Of Agriculture Unpaid Worker Attempts Suicide By Hanging Self On Tree “The Hardship Is Too Much For Me”

A man identified as Agada Okpanachi was today rescued while attempting to take his life.

The culprit reportedly came down from an Okada and rushed into the bush in Idah area of Kogi state where he hanged himself on a tree.

He was resuscitated by vigilant FRSC operatives who acted on tip off from a commercial motorcyclist.

The Road Safety officials administered CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) on Agada before he regained consciousness.

In his confession, Agada, a staff of the Ministry of Agriculture in Kogi state said:

“The hardship is too much for me and I can’t cope than to hang myself.

“For the past two years, I have not taken a kobo after wasting all my money going to Lokoja”.

5 thoughts on “Kogi Civil Servant Attempts Suicide By Hanging Self On Tree Over Unpaid Salaries

  1. Ahn ahn, Yahaya Bello still never pay salary and he de do mansion warming? What the hell is going on in Nigeria?

  2. Pity! Civil servants only have their salary so nobody should toy with salary payments. The money is already too little to meet workers’ needs so there is no justification for owing them their legitimate earnings.
    Hope now that charging for attempted suicide is trending in that axis no one will have the brainwave of adding that to this man’ problems.

  3. It’s a pity something we use to hear from far distance has come to our doorstep due to bad government may God deliver us

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