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34-Year-Old State House Driver Attempts Suicide

👤 By Adenike Lucas, DENISAURUS News

Sunday Offre, a 34-year-old driver at Aso Villa, who attempted suicide in a bush in Kubwa, a suburb of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has been rescued, DENISAURUS News has learned.

Mr Offre, a father of two on Grade Level 3 with a monthly salary of N25,000 was saved by the alarm raised by his wife.

The 34-year-old who joined the service of the State House in 2009, wrote a suicide note, which his wife saw on the table.

Workers at the State House told Daily Trust that “she raised the alarm that attracted their neighbour.

“They saw him dangling on the tree in a bush in their neighbourhood. When he was found they thought that he had passed.”

The driver who lamented about his poor pay was later taking to the State House clinic in an unconscious state.

Reporters have been unable to gain access to him since the incident, this paper understands.

President Muhammadu Buhari, who promised to kill corruption and lead the fight against insurgency from the front has been accused of crashing the economy and being lopsided in his fight against graft.

An anti-corruption officer, Ibrahim Mustafa Magu, appointed to superintend a leading anti graft agency in Nigeria was indicted for corruption.

Mr Magu, whose promotion was first reported by DENISAURUS News, was described as a perennial offender by the Department of State Security Service, DSS. Consequently, his nomination as the fourth chairman of the EFCC was rejected twice by lawmakers.

Despite Mr Magu’s rejection, he remains at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, with the support of the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

READ ALSO : DG DSS Stands By Intelligence Report Indicting Magu, Source Says (Exclusive)

A call for his sack has come from staff members who say he has victimised and abused them since 2016.

President Buhari was sent several petition, which were published on this paper. In one of the petition, the President was informed of the corruption being perpetuated by Mr Magu.

READ ALSO : EFCC Staff Submit Second Petition To President Buhari Against “Perennial Corrupt” Magu

The 75-year-old President, the first opposition member to defeat an incumbent at the polls has done nothing to help staff at the agency.

Staff members now describe President Buhari’s fight against corruption as a ruse.

The President who has lost so much goodwill since his election in 2015, was told not to seek office after his first tenure.

Prominent Nigerians including two former head of state have asked him not to seek re-election as he failed to deliver on his promises.

READ ALSO : General Election 2019 : Buhari Failed To Perform, Shouldn’t Seek Re-election – OBJ

However, the President who spent more than 100 days on medical leave in the UK, says he will be contesting in the 2019 elections.

A Nigerian decided to protest the re-election of President Buhari tby trekking from Lagos to Abuja.

Isa Mohammed Munlaila 28, who carried the colours and inscription of the All Progressives Congress on a coffin on his head, began the long-distance trek on August 23, 2018.

READ ALSO : Man Begins Walk From Lagos – Abuja In Protest Against Buhari’s Second Term bid

DENISAURUS News understands that the 28-year-old arrived in Abuja on September 24, 2018.

He made a visit to the secretariat of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, where advocated for them to offer  “good candidate for 2019.”

“I am not a politician, I am for good governance. I am not just alone on this, I am telling you; there are millions of youths on this,” he said.

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