Why I attempted suicide on Third Mainland Bridge – Taiwo Titilayo Momoh

A 58-year-old identified as Taiwo Titilayo Momoh, who was rescued from jumping into the Third Mainland Bridge has explained why she attempted suicide.

Some weeks ago, Taiwo Momoh, was prevented from jumping into the Lagos Lagoon by operatives of the Rapid Response Squad of the Lagos state Police Command.

The 58-year-old textile dealer in Lagos Island disclosed that she was pushed to committing suicide in order to put an end to her frustrations and sleepless nights.

She stated that her problem started sometime in 2015, when a Bureau De Change dealer ran away with her N18.7 million she wanted to change to pay her foreign creditors.

” I am owing three Swiss textile dealers.

“My problem started in 2015, when a Bureau De Change dealer ran away with my N18.7 million while trying to change to pay some foreign creditors.

“My condition became compounded when robbers invaded my shop in Lagos Island and took away most of the textiles that was left.”

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