- A young man living under the bridge in Lagos state has in incoherent words tried to narrate how terrible life has been
- The man said that part of his regret was taking someone's life; a herbalist who wanted to use him for ritual
- Many Nigerians who reacted to the video said that the homeless man really needs help with his mental health
When Timi asked him where he is from, he said he is from Ogun. About his regret, he stated that he has many.
I need help
With a barely coherent stream of expressions, he said that he killed a herbalist who wanted to use him for ritual.
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According to him, he has been able to somewhat survive in society. The homeless man said he needed people to help him.
He seems stuck in the past
Much of his conversation sounded like someone who has lost touch with reality. His list of favourite musicians are Lord Ajasa, Rugged Man, Tony Tetulla, artistes who reigned more than a decade ago.
Nigerians who watched him speak said that he needs to be rehabilitated so that his destiny does not stay in ruin.
Watch his video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Westimon Adams said:
"Somebody like him lives in TM Ghana called Sacatu by the name. May their healing come soon in the name of Almighty Allah, bless Timi."
Paula Kousse said:
"The guy needs rehabilitation and something to do that will just be fine. I feel for him he has great chances to be on track again."
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Mariam Kareem said:
"May God Almighty send his helper to him bcoz his suffering from mental illness."
Charybliss Overere said:
"Watching from Port Harcourt. This is phychosis and the guy needs help seriously ️️I pray help come to him."
Nwobi Evelyn said:
"How u manage to compose yourself without laughing in this ur interview surprises me laugh want just finish me."
Oladotun Roselyn Oladipo said:
"I don't find this funny but really sad. What a wasted destiny. I pray after this interview the lord grant this talented and covered glory man a divine helper."
Boy living under bridge gets help
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that an 18-year-old Nigerian boy, Adeoye Fawaz, who works as a bus conductor to survive and has been living under the bridge all his life has finally had a life turnaround.
The turnaround was made possible by Tunde Onakoya, the CEO of Chess in Slum Africa, an organisation that has used the game of chess to give new meanings to many lives.
Fawaz will not be the only one whose life the NGO has changed. Many months ago, Tunde's encounter with a boy with cerebral palsy seized media attention.