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Wednesday, 7 June 2017

WTF? Lol. Commercial driver in Owerri tries to get himself run over by vehicle than follow police traffic wardens to station

There was drama yesterday, around Okigwe roundabout, Owerri when a commercial bus driver attempted to commit suicide by lying under a moving vehicle to be run over rather than follow Police Traffic Wardens to their office.


According to reports, the bus driver was allegedly beaten to pulp for refusing to follow the traffic wardens, who had already taken his bus to their station at Shell Camp.

14 comments:

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Wahala

Victor Kachi said...

Endtime lol



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okafor richard said...

Lols take car free me abeg....i don die shooo! Why he come dey fear police anyway shaa police dey kill people now I no blame him

Manuel Kunmi said...

😂😂😂😂😂

Hotmetal said...

Okorocha's APC laws by the rich for the poor only.

Puddy Alpheaus said...

That's a typical attitude of an average Igbo man before security men. They fear police etal pass death

Anonymous said...

Na u vote rochas owelle fraud,enjoy him while he last

Anonymous said...

Hahahhahahahahahaaaa oo boi naa soo abii naa. If na u nko, in this time of recession. Make person con enter prison join am naa die be that oooo I swear

niyi adetoye said...

Madness




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Sweetchild Sweet said...

Hmmm I think in Lagos pedestrians always embrace cars,lorries & even caterpillars running over them than using the pedestrian bridge.

abraham kamara said...

Life sweet o my broda. Take note

Anonymous said...

When will the relevant Nigerian authorities address this recurring issue of men in uniform physically assaulting civilians for whatever reason? It is almost impossible to open the pages of our local newspapers any day without reading about a fresh report of such assault. And it is simply glossed over over each time just because it has become so common place. Equally worrisome and shameful are reports of confrontations between members of our uniformed forces. When is the National Assembly going to step in and put a stop to all this?

Vivian Reginalds said...

CHAI POOR HIM
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Iamlifted said...

Sharap! Yoruba people fear police more than any other tribe in this country.

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