Umar Abubakar, 28, has reportedly threatened to kill himself, spending over 7hours on a telecom mast.
According to the Punch metro, the 28-year-old around 7 am, climbed a mast located at Checheniya in Gombe and refused to come down, ignoring several pleas from the residents.
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According to his neighbour Abdullahi Danladi:
“People thought he was joking, but he made good his threat early this morning. For hours, neighbours pleaded that he should come down to no avail. Umar may be having emotional and psychological issues for climbing the mast.”
“Abubakar was accused of stealing N10,000, but after offering him a cigarette and tramadol, he agreed to come down. I’m not sure he stole, as he was accused wrongly. Information Guides Nigeria
“I am happy I convinced him to come down, even after the local government chairman had pleaded with him.”
The state Police Public Relation SP Mary Malum, on the Psychological state of Umar Abubakar, said :
“He is currently receiving treatment at the psychiatry department of the State Specialist Hospital, Gombe,” she added.” JAMB Result
Source: PUNCH Metro
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