Body of beautiful DSS lady who jumped into third mainland bridge lagoon yet to be recovered.

The body of one Miss Adetutu Adedokun has been yet to be discovered or found after she plunged into third mainland bridge lagoon, due to reportedly having a heated disagreement with her fiancé.

The rate of suicide all over the world is alarmingly on the fast rise. While taking one’s life shouldn’t even be considered an option when one’s faced with seemingly insurmountable hurdles, it is understandable that not everyone has the heart to brace through their lows and people who attempt taking their lives or try to are emotionally fragile and couldn’t stand what ever they were going through. But what about the loved ones left behind to cope with the grief and sadness??According to a journalist, Jackson Ude Adetutu was a staff of the Department of State Service (DSS). Ude also added that she joined in as and was recommended as the best unarmed combat operative in her set.

The permanent secretary of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASMA) Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu speaking on the case on Thursday said, according to eye witnesses Adetutu alighted from a taxi and plunged into the lagoon.

“Upon arrival of the Light rapid transit (LRT) at the incident scene, investigation divulged that a lady in her late thirties (30s) plunged into the Lagos lagoon,” the statement reads. Further investigation revealed that the lady alighted from a Uber taxi car on the bridge and plunged into the lagoon”.

“The driver of the taxi claimed she was having a heated conversation with her fiancé before alighting from the car. The LRT, Men of Lagos State fire and officials of the Department of State Service amongst others are working hard to find the remains of the deceased.

The deceased was only in her thirties, say a word of prayer for her soul. Please do check up on friends and loved ones, you never know who is at the brink of losing it and all they might just need is to feel the assurance that people do care for them.

Lolade Omole

Lolade Omole is a prolific writer, poet and also an active web developer.

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