The residents of Keiko in Kisii county woke up with a shocking incident after a middle-aged man tried to commit suicide publicly. Sources say the man whose name is not yet identified attempted to jump from a tall building.
According to eyewitnesses, his plans were all in vain since another roof blocked him from getting down. The residents alerted the police who are arrived swiftly at the scene. The police began a mission to save this man with the help of some area residents.
These are some of the comments from netizens;
"We are sorry for whoever death escaped from him tell him to be strong if death can fear him why fear earth," Kipkoech
"Frustrations bring by poor economy constraints," Mosoriot
"Sometimes, even death avoids you.," Murimi
The major cause of this inhuman act is not yet known. However, the cases of people taking their lives are increasing daily in this country. What do you think could results in this act? Comment and share to help somebody. Also, do not forget to follow my channel for more updates.
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