Stella Dimoko The Adventures Of Oko Ashawo The Uber Driver - 89


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Saturday, August 14, 2021

The Adventures Of Oko Ashawo The Uber Driver - 89

Driving on Lagos roads can be really tough sometimes and we often hear people say … “the people wey normal for this Lagos no pass 10”. 


I even heard of a case recently where a mad man was controlling traffic somewhere in Lekki. It took one of the few normal people in Lagos to notice that.

While taking a client to his destination not long ago, someone driving behind me scratched my bumper in a bid to overtake me. I looked at the damage and saw that it was not much so  i let the guy go but it made me determined to drive more defensively and take things easy.

 I want to believe that there is hardly any car in Lagos that does not have a scratch on it.

The next day, while driving a customer from Lekki to Victoria Island, a car was driving aggressively behind me and tried overtaking me. He kept honking while coming so close to me and the customer even encouraged me to maintain my cool saying that the person behind me is not normal. On a typical day, I would have just allowed the guy pass but I guess I wanted to please my customer.

As we got close to Victoria Island, the car suddenly overtook me and blocked me.

 The next thing …. 2 Soldiers in uniform came out of the car and commanded me to come out. I literarily froze out of fear as I remembered stories of soldiers and their brutality. I was scared of being slapped and going deaf in one ear or losing a tooth in the process.

I prayed silently to God to intervene, promising that I will always drive like a gentleman next time and avoid trouble. One of the soldiers insisted on taking me to their barracks to deal with me. I begged for mercy and eventually, I was released to go without receiving any slap or beating when they noticed that some people passing by were with phones and already recording the incident.

For the first time, I am grateful to those Aproko people that usually record incidents with their phones. On the other hand, it wouldn’t have been funny seeing a trending video of Oko Ashawo being brutalized by Soldiers on Social Media. I thank God for his deliverance. 

Let me jejely join the few normal people in Lagos. Trouble no pay abeg.

*Hahhhahahahahahhahahahahaha its the fear of slap for me.
Chei Oko Asawo so sorry but why didn't your customer say anything hen you got into trouble following his Instruction? If they had not let you go, your customer would have changed Taxis without paying you...

Be smart next time and join the mad people in Lagos..... It is normal to do so..


  1. Hehehehe na God save you.

  2. I don laugh taya 🀭😬😬
    Normal people no dey this Lagos again true true.

    I remember when one lady removed her wig to fight a guy that hit her car. Unfortunately, I was in a bus and couldn't stop to witness the full drama.

    Oko Ashawo, thank God for your life. Soldiers for show you shegeπŸ€ͺ

  3. Hahahahahaha.. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ I'm grateful to God on your behalf o OA because the hot slap won't be funny oh

  4. Wait o
    What if no one had carried phone to record the brewing altercation.
    Na so Dem fr jus use u shine?
    May God save us all.

  5. What a lawless country, why would soldiers want to slap you for behaving normal on the road? So because they are soldiers you have to park for them to pass, SMH. The same people now when they enter abroad you see them behaving like normal persons.

    OA, kindly follow Stella advice next time, b4 pesin go die for nothing, dis kontri no be am at all.

  6. Our oko ashawo would have been trending🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣
    God save you

  7. Thank God for you. Be more careful next time...

  8. Jeweluchi, you used the wrong picture for okay Ashewo series...

  9. Stella why did you change the l9go? Or what is it called?

  10. 🀣🀣🀣🀣thank goodness they let you be. By now you would not be able to type with your phone,talk more of telling us what happen.

  11. Nas God save you. Make I help you say THANKS to the phone bloggers.

  12. This below got me ROTF

    For the first time, I am grateful to those Aproko people that usually record incidents with their phones

    1. That is eh.... That part got me laughing so hard.
      Yoruba people say ...."eniyan buruku lojo re" or something like that meaning .... a bad person could become useful one day 🀣

  13. Normal to do so only in Lagos, πŸ˜‚

  14. Lol... God saved you oko Ashawo

  15. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ thank God for you oko Ashewo

  16. Oko ashewo you dudged serious wahala. The worst slap to receive is from an army man. I can't forget the experience

  17. Before opening this post, when I saw the rings Stella used, I thought she was going to announce that Oko Ashawo has tied the knots 🀣🀣🀭🀭

    Meanwhile, being normal in Lagos does not pay at all. They'll ride on you. People wey normal no pass 10 😁😁😁😁😁😜😜😜😜😜😜


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