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Feeling ran high on Saturday when the rest of the pieces of an authority of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, Tope Akinde, were seen dangling on the post of a board around the Salvation transport stop, Opebi, in the Ikeja Local Government Area of the state. 

At the area of the event around 9am, a couple of occupants, traders and spectators were seen condemning the conditions that provoked the Akinde's passing. 

Some various individuals while looking at the man's body dangling on the post around a mango tree were seen lamenting over the egregious scene. 

The gathering purportedly thwarted vehicular advancements, making gridlock at the same time. 

Specialists of the Neighborhood Safety Corps were said to have visited the area of the scene to restore normality. 

A spectator, Abiodun Fakemi, said he saw people looking at a tree and thought there was a snake on it, adding when he moved closer to the tree, he saw the man's residual parts dangling. 

He expressed, "I was going to Salvation transport stop, and was on a vehicle when I saw a gathering looking mango tree. I thought there was a beast snake on the tree. I went ever closer people taking pictures with their phones. Incredibly, I saw the man dangling on the post of a release with his tongue out. 

"I saw a spec used by motorcyclists in his pocket. I heard an interstate sweeper express that the man was a LASTMA official." 

Another spectator, Abraham Osime, expressed, "I generally watched him at the back of the Sheraton Hotel. I in spite of everything saw him when he was coming back from sanctuary last Sunday. 

When come to, the state Police Public Relations Officer, Bala Elkana, said a female LASTMA official taught the request about the event, including that Akinde's senior kin ensured that he had been encountering mental issues for quite a while. 

Elkana expressed, "On Saturday, February 1, 2020, around 10.57am, a female LASTMA official, Yetunde Olajabu, went to the police central command and declared that she got a call from a dark person that one man hung himself on a mango tree at Opebi and was later perceived to be Tope Akinde, An authority of LASTMA. 

"Information accessible to us from the lapsed senior kin reveals that the late Tope Akinde had mental issues which the family had been directing for quite a while before his passing." 

The General Manager of LASTMA, Olajide Oduyoye, said he didn't have nuances of the scene. 

While conveying stagger at the suicide, he said the association would investigate what could have provoked it. 

He expressed, "I don't for the most part understand what to state and I don't have nuances of what may make a grown-up man needs to do that. It really ought to be examined. We need to see whether he had any issue beforehand, intellectually or something different."

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