Corps member saved from kidnap by an observant motorist
An alert motorist stopped a member of the military from being kidnapped on the spur of the moment.
Tamunobelema Dikibo got into a car on the Ikoyi-Lekki Link Bridge in Lagos, unaware that it was being used by one-chance operators.
The men dragged her phone into the car and closed the doors and windows.
Fortunately, there was only minor traffic, so the men attempted to reverse to avoid it.
Another driver used his vehicle to block the offenders’ vehicle, then tapped on the driver’s window.
The victim started tapping her side of the window to draw attention to her condition, and one onlooker got out of his car and stood in front of the one-chance operators’ car, demanding that they stop.
The woman kept slamming her window to draw attention to her plight, and an onlooker got out of his car and stood in front of the one-chance operators’ car, asking that they come down.
The sister of the corps member narrated the incident on Facebook as she thanked God for saving her sister’s life.
Kidnapping by the so-called ‘one chance’ has become a norm in the city of Lagos. Some hours ago, a lady narrated how she was almost kidnapped by a cab driver in Ikoyi (read here).
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