Mystery Man Climbs Telecoms Mast At Abuja Federal High Court, Threatening To Jump

Rescue worker uses bullhorn to persuade Musa to come down from the mast
Police and rescue workers look up
Musa climbing up
Police accompany Musa after he climbs down from the mast
Musa Inua after he climbs down from the mast

A middle-aged man identified as Musa Inua this afternoon climbed up the telecommunications mast at the premises of Federal High Court in Abuja, threatening to jump down and kill himself. 

He said he would come down only if he sees the Acting Inspector General of Police or former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, who allegedly owes him some money. 

According to an eye witness who requested anonymity, Mr. Inua arrived at the premises around 12.00 pm to lodge a complaint and submit a document to the court in which he alleged Abubakar’s indebtedness to him. 
The event took a dramatic turn as the mystery man began to ascend the mast immediately the rescue agencies arrived. 

"We just saw him climbing the mast and when we asked him to stop he continued to go higher and higher," the eyewitness said. 

As of the time of this report, the rescue team, which comprised officials of the National Emergency Management Agency, fire fighters and the police were still under the mast trying to determine how to prevent the man from jumping off the tower.
 

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That's something!

With so many masts in very many high profile locations, this has the potential of becoming a veritable tool for settling old and intractable scores. Must salute the sheer courage of Musa Inua. He'd probably exhausted all options. Like they say, the most dangerous people are those who have nothing to lose. The nation is crawling with millions of such people.

i cant stop laughing

haaa. this is helping one one to relax

MAKE HIM JUMP NOW

IT IS JUST ANOTHER HOME VIDEO.WHY DIDNT HIM JUMP?
WE NEED TO REDUCE OUR POPULATION.SHAKARA MUMU BOKO HARAM IDIOT!!!

Set up committee

Didn't Jonathan set up a committee to determine how the man would come down? When would the committee submit its report?
We are waiting for another sub-adhoc-committee to also investigate how he climbed the mast. The committee has three months to submit its report.

Naija for show.

Nigeria! We are getting

Nigeria! We are getting there, slow and steady.

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