NSCDC KADUNA RESCUES MAN FOR ATTEMPTED SUICIDE The timely response of NSCDC officers from Kaduna State Command has resulted in the rescue of Sunday Moses, 26, who attempted suicide by jumping o ut of a motion train into River Kaduna on July 24, 2013. At about 12:50hours, on the date above, the Command received a distress call to mobilize officers and save a passenger who jumped out of a moving train into River Kaduna. On receipt of the information, the command mobilized officers swiftly and deployed them to the scene. The rescue team on arrival dived into the River and rescued the suspect (Sunday Moses) who was unconscious and rushed to St. Gerard Hospital Kaduna, where he regained consciousness. To the surprise of the rescue officers and hospital personnel the suspect uttered, “I wish I did not survive it.” On interrogation, the suspect insisted that he has no regret over his attempt to commit suicide even as he maintained he had no problem. The suspect, who obtained a Senior School Certificate in 2008, said his father died years ago after working as a security operative with one government school in Kaduna. He claimed that all efforts by him to get his father’s entitlements have not yielded any fruitful results. While the suspect is still being held and investigated to ascertain what would have triggered his action, it would be recalled that the timely response of NSCDC officers from Kaduna State Command to disaster management led to the rescue of many people including a 40-day old baby at a collapsed building at Hadejia Ibrahim Taiwo Road, Kaduna on July 11, 2013. Items recovered from the suspect include a mobile phone, three MTN SIM cards, four SIM packs and many passports photographs. In another development, a motorcycle snatcher who gave his name as Suleiman Abubakar, 25, was arrested by officers of the command for stealing a Motor Bike JINCHENG 115 at Kawo Market. The suspect said he hails from Sokoto State and claimed to be a farmer before his arrest. He revealed that his intention was to go and sell the motorcycle at Mararaba Jos where he would claim that he was a legitimate owner with a pressing need. The Kaduna State Commandant of NSCDC, Alhaji Zakari Ibrahim Ningi is therefore calling on law abiding residents of the state to report movements of suspected persons and activities for the timely response of the corps to rid the state of criminalities. …………………………………………….. SC OGUNTUASE AKIN MICHAEL STATE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER NSCDC KADUNA STATE COMMAND.


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