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Nigeria Lady Shares a Bitter Experience of How She Was Robbed in Lagos by Four Men.
As the heat of kidnapping banditry and crime continue to loom in Nigeria, a young lady simply known as Nonye has taken to her Twitter handle to share an ugly experience of how she was robbed in Lagos by four men.
According to her, the ugly incident happened at Yaba in Lagos State while she was on her way back home during the dark hours.
Here is the story of the sad incident she posted on her Twitter handle:
“I WAS ROBBED BY FOUR MEN AND ONE OF THEM HELD A CUTLASS TO MY FACE. GOD.
This happened yesterday night at Herbert Macaulay Way, Yaba, when I was heading home. They took my phone and my wallet which had my ATM cards, Valid ID cards and house key. One of them pulled my necklace with force which even scratched my neck.
They took EVERYTHING and left. My God. I am still in shock. I managed to block my ATM cards early this morning of which one of the account is empty.
I went to my network provider to retrieve my sim and was told that I cannot retrieve the sim or even get a new one as the process has been banned by the FG due to the NIN registration issue.
My mental state is a huge mess right now. I don’t even know where to start from. God.
My sim is an Airtel sim. Do you know how frustrating it is to be told that you cannot retrieve your sim? The country just makes everything worse.
I have cried from frustration, anger and pain. I don’t know what to do. I feel so helpless. Where do I really start from” She said
Well-wishers and friends have flooded her Twitter timeline to console her and encouraged her to thank God she was still alive, worse still the perpetrators could have rapped her, inflict injury on her, or even killed her in the process.
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Here are some screenshots from Twitter:
This is not the first time we have heard of ugly incidents like this, even while the Government is still reiterate its commitment towards securing the lives and properties of Nigerians.
Let’s hope they take a drastic measure to curb the menace of insecurity in the country.
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