A lady with the name Linda Akudo Nwachukwu recently took to her Facebook page to share a shocking experience of how she overpowered some One-chance operators that later pushed her out of a speeding Keke-NAPEP.
Nigerian lady shares photos of injuries she sustained from being pushed out of a moving Keke-NAPEP by One-chance operators
Linda Akudo Nwachukwu narrated that this incident actually happened on the 23rd of December 2019 – just two days to Xmas. From her story, she luckily survived the horrible experience but sustained several injuries on her body from the sudden fall. Read her full story below;
I have come to return all the glory to our Lord Jesus Christ who saved my life from the hands of this one chanced people. I boarded Keke Napep on my way home on 23rd been yesterday night, it was just myself and one other guy at the back, on our way going the guy at the back as me...madam....'which church you dey go' I turn and look at hime at his repeated the same queston now with a harsh voice, while he was asking me the question I now concentrate on his hands on his pocket and I found out that he was trying to bring something out.
I didn't waste anytime than to rush his hands while he was struggling to bring the object out, I needed to know if it was gun or tagger, at this I hard no other option than to struggle the tagger with hin in other to safe my life and belongings.
To cut the long story short, God gave me the strength and courage to face him, when they found out that I have created so much awareness they decided to push me out of the running keke....
Brethren please join me to glorify the name of this great God who never allow my family and loved ones to mourn because of me at this festive period, with a grateful heart, I said may His name alone be praised now and forever.
Below is a screenshot of her original Facebook page where she shared this post;
Facebook user – Linda Akudo Nwachukwu narrated how she was pushed off a speeding tricycle by One-chance operators