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Update: Man who threatened suicide makes U-turn as FCT Emergency Management Department, FEMD, intervenes

A middle aged man is currently on a broadcast mast at Katampe Hills, Abuja, where he’s threatening to drop to his death if the federal government fails to revert its policy on subsidy removal.

The man whose name is still unknown, dropped a handwritten note demanding an end to issues of insecurity in parts of the northeast and the northwest.

Parts of his 9 points demands to government includes

“On behalf of fellow Nigerians, I demand the following:

  1. Government should return fuel subsidy. 
  2. Government should declare state of emergency in Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Katsina, Kaduna, Niger and Borno on unsecurity (sic) matters and take immediate action to clear those terrorism (sic) in the above listed state and the country at large.
  3. Government should open borders for food impartation in order to eradicate food shortages in the country.
  4. Government should immediately respond to the problem of out of school children which is increasing rapidly.
  • These are the major Nigerians (sic) problems and I’m ready to sacrifice my life for the solutions to them.

-I’m calling for(sic) fellow Nigerians to join me on this riot.”

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