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UPDATE: Man Who Jumped Into Osun River Rejects Donation After Being Rescued

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Man who was rescued after attempting suicide by jumping into a river in Osun state on Monday, October 24, 2022 has turned down donations from sympathizers.

Saheed Oladeji, a middle-aged man who jumped into the Osun River at Gbodofon bridge on the Osogbo/Gbongan road on Monday, has been identified.

According to reports,  this was the third time Oladeji had been saved from a suicide attempt.

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SHUKURAH, AN EYEWITNESS, WHO SPOKE WITH NEWSMEN SAID:

“Oladeji jumped inside the river on Monday morning. The residents of the area quickly notified the State Fire Service who rescued him from the river. He is a car wash attendant. He was pulled out of the river by men of State Fire service.”

ALSO CONFIRMING THAT HE IS FROM IWINJOBI’S COMPOUND IN OSOGBO, THE SUICIDAL MAN SAID;

“I have a wife and children who are based in Lagos. I don’t want any cash donations from anybody. I am fine.”

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IBRAHIM ADEKUNLE, OSUN FIRE SERVICE SPOKESPERSON WHO CONFIRMED THE INCIDENT SAID;

“That will be the third time that Oladeji will attempt suicide. We have rescued him twice.”

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