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Saturday, November 07, 2020

Adventures Of Oko Ashawo The Uber Driver - 49

Oko Ashawo never minds his business!!!






The spate of drug abuse amongst our youths is so alarming these days. 


I still remember a few years back when I used to take a particular girl to a private university in the southwest regularly. We would stop by at a particular pharmacy on our way and she would buy codeine and some other drugs. 

She had a deal with a particular pharmacist who supplied her with these things. 


On a specific trip, she poured some Hennessy drink into a water bottle, followed by Schweppes bitter lemon and mixed it with some bottles of codeine, which she sipped all through the journey. 


This girl is from a very rich home but is such a junkie, who also takes other hard drugs. It is not so different these days as we have “science students” everywhere, experimenting with various drug combinations. 


Recently, I picked a young girl from a hotel who complained a young guy of about 26 years whom she is dating. She said he’s a drug addict who can’t even have a normal erection anymore except he uses a high dose of a particular drug and she’s thinking of breaking up with him.


 I really wonder what our youths are turning into these days.


 While working a few days back, I got a request from a location where some young guys just finished having a party. When I got there, the person who made the order told me that I would be taking his friend home. As I waited, about 4 guys brought out an unconscious boy from the building and they tried to revive him by pouring water on him. I was given an address and told that I should take him home. 

Nobody was willing to escort him. They said they would pay me handsomely for the job. I was so angry and I cancelled the trip immediately.

 I was at a loss on what to do, thinking if I should involve the police or not. While still deliberating on my next line of action, the unconscious boy came around and they gave him water to drink. Before I knew it, they had made a new request and another driver came to pick up the boy.

 When I spoke with the driver and told him of the associated risks involved in taking such a trip, he told me to mind my business. 

Hmmmm … nothing wey Oko Ashawo no go see for this work.



*Hahahahahahhahahahaahhaahahah @ mind your business 😛
No drugs no hard on?..when you listen,i hope you give advice too?
what a pity!!!

37 comments:

  1. Wen i was serving in kano state last year, some students go as far as inhaling shit from pit toilet jus to get high! I weak abeg

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    1. 🙆🏾‍♂️🙆🏾‍♂️🙆🏾‍♂️🙆🏾‍♂️ This is unbelievable

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    2. Shit from pit toilet? Ah is that one not invitation for sickness

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    3. How can anyone get high on shit? Boggling..

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    4. @Cupcake: I have heard same before.

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    5. From sniffing super glue to pit toilet, solution and soaking TomTom inside coke ani na lacasera. Can't remember exactly which one. Its a crazy life out there

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    6. #EndSWAT #Endpolicebrutality Phoenix7 November 2020 at 14:00

      Yes guys it is called jenkology. Some people store faeces and urine in a container and inhale it after some days. Some people get high on gutter and evostic gum.... the streetz are wild mehn

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    7. I believe it's called "huffing", human waste contains a gas called methane and inhaling it can give you a high.

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  2. Person wey dey use drugs before hard-on don finish pata pata. What a pity! That one na man? I wonder why people abuse drugs.

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  3. Very soon he go carry the one wey go land am for trouble. The society we live in encourages all forms of vices. Na God hand we dey now..

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    1. E be like say you no understand this matter. Someone was unconscious and his friends wanted to abandon him inside the Uber driver's car with just address. What if the guy didn't come around? Also, what if the guy relapses again? Na wah for you o

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    2. I was referring to the other Uber driver not oko ashawo.

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    3. Oh, I get it now

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  4. That's the tragedy of abandonment of God. People prefer a "junkie" to someone who Christ saved from all those and is telling them
    to come to Christ to avoid being trapped in that kind of lifestyle.
    A very popular gangster/coke and heroin addict who came to Christ was told by his very rich family that they preferred him going back
    to his old ways than preach the gospel.

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    1. Haaaa.... Na wah for that rich family o. God help us

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    2. But people preferred Barabbas who was a robber to Jesus during his trial.

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    3. The way of life sometimes is very strange....

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  5. What's really your concern oga? ... You no take the boy home, you no wan make another person take am home.
    Start minding your business

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    1. That's wrong now. Make sars catch him na abi?. The right thing to do is to accompany an unconscious person in a cab. Not leaving him alone. What if the uber rider kidnaps him, etc etc

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    2. You people should try to think critically before speaking, Oko ashawo was very right in warning the other driver.
      The young man could have literally died in his car and you know how your country is, he'd have been falsely accused of killing him and would have been unjustly detained. He did the right thing by warning his colleague but greed did not allow that one see road.

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    3. With what's going on in this country, one needs to be extra careful.....

      I think oko Ashawo did the right thing by cancelling the trip....

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  6. The way our youth abuse drugs is really getting out of hand .. abeg make I mind my business

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    1. This morning at 8am, a guy came to the atm I was at, riding a bicycle, he actually hit someone on the queue. Instagram of apologizing, he laughed loudly. His tongue was blue af, I know blue tongue is from a hard drug. I've seen videos on IG. I just smh.
      8am oo

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    2. I think it's called refnol.

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  7. I watched a video of someone who took Colorado.
    Oko ashawo it's good u are not greedy, na sars for be your middle name if it went wrong

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    1. One birthday party I attended one boy and a girl smoked that Colorado, just 2 dragging, omo come see madness. Na so party scatter.

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    2. Anonymous donor, Colorado’ is a new cocktail of psychotropic drug currently trending among Nigeria’s young revelers, especially teens and adolescents.

      ‘Colorado’ is one of the strains of banned substances that drug addicts and unsuspecting new entrants experiment with in Lagos and other cities, which the United Nations 2018 drug use statistics says has a high prevalent use of psychotropic substances.

      You can find more info on the internet. There are vendors on Twitter and other places. Can't these vendors be arrested for God's sake?

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  8. They even take Alabukun and wrap it and smoke it.All I know is that drug addiction is mostly caused by the strong desire to "be among".Atleast 85% of addicts came as a result of wrong association. So watch your association.

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  9. Things dey happen.
    How please help us to teach our kids thy ways.And May they also love and fear you.AMEN.

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