VIDEO: Frustrated Nigerian Man Observed On A Telecommunications Mast In Lagos

The video of a Nigerian man noticed sitting on a telecommunications mas in Opebi save aside of Ikeja has been a growing sensation because it modified into once first shared on social media.

The individual that’s yet be identified on the filing of this file modified into once noticed sitting very without difficulty on a telecommunications mast in Ikeja.

In step with reports, the man stormed the mast on the wee hours of Monday, April 19, hiking his methodology to the very high. On the opposite hand, his motive for hiking the mast is yet t be is named many fears he may per chance possibly per chance also be irritated and suicadal. Naija News gathered that efforts are currently ongoing to rescue him to safety.

Peek video below;

– Scared man noticed on high of a mast in Ikeja, Lagos.

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— Postsubman (@Postsubman) April 19, 2021

Stare doubtless the most feedback the video generated below;

@Serenaukotije wrote; ‘Despair all over the save aside. Most Nigerians can impart to how this man feels.’

@tweetbyshine wrote; ‘Since there’ll not be any money on floor, baba opt to head up More wins bro’

@alloysius3 wrote; ‘This one they okay so lol’

@Pizzy_BBSG wrote; ”This man na ghost..explore heights na & he’s sitting very without difficulty….runnnnn o”

@kingsolo_1st wrote; ‘That man is good as perplexed as the Nigerian financial system.’

MR COLLINS wrote; ‘It’s effectively …. Greet the parents on the assorted aspect for those that reach’

@King_Adekola wrote; ‘What are you supporting?? Let know what to form in instances take care of this na’

@AirNhe_zee wrote; ‘Presumably he want excessive shuffle records superhighway to discuss to client.’

@Magnificent Engr wrote; ‘What we’re facing is enough to like this extra or less thought.’

Source: Naija News

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