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Saturday, 18 November 2017

One Chance Thieves Met Their Match As Stubborn Passenger Wrestles With Them...

A man identified as Chukwueke Emmanuel, has recounted his ordeal with men of the underworld after entering a cab in Gwarimpa area of Abuja. The victim also revealed how a passenger struggled with the armed robbers as the armed robber drive drove on ....they eventually had a terrible accident before the robbers fled.






Read what Emmanuel shared on Facebook;


Few weeks ago, Che Oyinatumba wrote about it, but I really didn’t understand until I had a first hand experience last night. It all happened when I entered a cab from Gwarimpa to A.Y.A at about 19:45. When I boarded, I started making use of my phone, responding to comments on my wall. I noticed we were 5 in all, the driver, front passenger, then three persons at the back, me inclusive.


Within five minutes of the journey, they entered a route through Airport road which is a different location from my destination.


At this juncture, the passenger in the front seat brought out a pistol, gave me a slap and ordered everyone to face down.


I obeyed and asked them not to harm me that I have a few Naira note with me and some money in my bank account, they collected the money with me and brought out POS machine and withdrew all I had in my bank account, yet they kept moving, I started crying, telling them to please spare my life, as I kept lamenting, I noticed all of them were Igbos except the one seating close to me who refused to bow down, he then combated the others in a fierce fight, my head was still bent.


They were hitting him, cocked the gun, but he refused to give in, he tapped me to fight, but I was already traumatized. He then started controlling the steering from the back, alas, we had a terrible accident, all doors locked instantly, they then flew from the window of the drivers seat, I hurriedly jumped out and ran away, they all ran to the same direction.



Few minutes later I came back to the scene because people started gathering thinking it was just an accident, then I explained to them my ordeal. Police came and luckily for us we saw one of the criminals phone with phone number while checking on the vehicle, I also saw my phone.


I don’t know what would have become of me, but I am certain it was God himself that saved me





9 comments:

Shirley said...

This is not funny but I ended up laughing.

Anonymous said...

I bet there was no bullet in that gun if there was, na RIP be una case. Thank God for your lives.

Anonymous said...

Chaii! ThankGod 4 ur life dear.

same girl said...

May God keep us safe. Abuja isnt safe anymore. I don't even know which is better, taking a drop of entering vehicles with others. That's why I don't blame people who insist on checking the trunk.


Thank God for him

Esther Okoro said...

Thank God for saving him .





God Bless Everyone.

Madam Estateowner said...

Thank God for saving them and I envy that man"s bravery and courage

Anonymous said...

Me too, @ Shirley.

Kele Bobo said...

Thank God for your life

Teddy said...

That other guy may have lost alot to their type before and vowed never again....God used him to save your ass

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