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Saturday, August 22, 2020

Adventures of Oko Ashawo The Uber Driver -38

Oko Ashawo has a testimony..............lol




In the last two weeks, there has been a significant improvement in business and i have had some offline trips that took me to other states.

The most notable one was last week when I went on a four day trip to Lokoja with Mr Lawal, who I met through an old client. Since it had been a while I travelled that way, I asked a friend who was more conversant with that route to advise me on the best way to take based on safety and the state of the roads. 

He said that I could use Google Maps when I get to Akungba after Owo in Ondo State.

When we got to Akungba, I used my Google Maps to navigate us to Lokoja but  if I had known, I for follow the road wey I know jejely o...


After driving on a smooth road for about 45 minutes, we found ourselves on an abandoned road in the forest. By this time, all phone networks had disappeared and the almighty Google Maps began misbehaving... 

A trip that had been filled with laughter and excitement was laced with tension and silence. I couldn’t even look at Mr Lawa anymore. Instead, my eyes were darting to and fro as sweat broke out under my armpits in a car that had full AC...

Shortly afterwards, a herd of cows started crossing the road with some unfriendly looking herdsmen. As we sat watching and waiting for over 10 minutes, i began calculating how much my people could raise as ransom. My heart was literally in my mouth at this time. I kept praying to God to keep us safe, while Mr Lawal on the other hand was busy with his phone and refused to respond when I talked to him.

He later confessed to me when we had settled in our hotel in Lokoja that he was also afraid that we might be attacked by bandits or kidnapped and he was busy deleting all financial records from his phone. He also told me that if I worked in his company and I took their staff on a wrong and dangerous route such as this, I would be sacked for ‘gross misdemeanour’. Hmmmmm ....


I am really grateful to God that the trip eventually went well. I will never rely solely on Google Maps again, especially for the routes I have not taken before when travelling in Nigeria.

Imagine if to say dem kidnap Oko Ashawo...You for no fit read this thing today oh......Ha,i know that i have some haters here but please thank God for me because if this is not a testimony,I don't know what else it is oh.

Somebody praaaaaaaaaise da Lord with me............

37 comments:

  1. Alleluia . Thank God for sparing your lives.

    The most Complex B.

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    1. It is a very great testimony poster (that your name dey do me wan kind.......). May God continue to have mercy on us and save us in this country.

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    2. I really thank God for u. It's not an experience i pray for my enemy

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    3. As a professional driver, u mumu use google map for interstate journey. U get luck say dem no kidnap u.

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  2. Thank God for safety

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    1. Yes ooo.. Second time Google map 🗺 would fail you..
      Be careful from now henceforth.

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  3. Thank God for you o, Oko ashawo.

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  4. Praise the Lord...Hallelujah!😂😂😂

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  5. Madame koinkoin aka the 'peace maker'22 August 2020 at 14:11

    Lol nothing go do you, thank God for your life. Many more customers fall on you .

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  6. Lol 🤣, Thank God for you.
    Thank God for a safe trip.

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  7. Thank God for you.

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  8. Hahahahaha.. thank God for your safe trip.

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  9. Never ever use Google map if you're going out of state.

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  10. Thank God for safety,follow the route you know very well next time

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  11. Thank God for you.
    Happy you came back.

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  12. Google map can misbehave ...o
    Thank God for safety and journey mercy.
    Kogi route is not safe at all

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  13. Hallelujah!

    Nobody hating on you you hear?

    May God continue to keep you safe.

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  14. That Logo axis eh? My friend's younger brother was kidnapped when he was traveling to Abuja last year in a bus with other passengers. They had to pay a ransom to get him freed eventually. Thank God for your life

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  15. Sometimes Google map dey meleske
    When my sister started driving newly in abuja na so the thing carry her go where she no sabi, last last she follow some men behind their car to find her way back .
    Hahaha its scary though.
    Instead of using Google map only ,keep asking question along the road, but its not everybody you see yoh ask o be wise.

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  16. Hallelujah 🙏
    Thank God for the saved lives.

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  17. Hallelujah sombady. Google map would not put someone into trouble one day

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  18. Thank God for your life... Google can bambooze you sometime...

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  19. This man shaaaaa🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣.

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  20. hallelujah! Na big testimony o .The route na kidnappers den

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