One of the most shocking reports this week claims that masked men recently abducted a Lagos car owner in broad daylight. The story and photos were shared on Twitter by a lady with the username @girllikehelen. She narrated that the car owner was “forced” out of a black-coloured Toyota Corolla sedan along Medical road in Ikeja, Lagos. The masked men that carried out the operation were said to be fully armed with various types of dangerous weapons.
Twitter user narrates how masked men with guns abducted a Lagos car owner in broad daylight
Twitter user @girllikehelen narrated that the Toyota vehicle seen in the shared photos was driven by a certain man. The driver was allegedly accosted by some men with masks on their faces. The incident reportedly occurred in broad daylight and on a public road in Ikeja, the capital city of Lagos State. The Twitter user narrating the incident said that the masked men were fully armed. In fact, they allegedly pulled out their guns to force the Toyota car owner out of his vehicle. Surprisingly, the driver refused to come out of the car at first. However, when the masked men allegedly brought out a cutlass, they were able to successfully kidnap the car owner.
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Another user on Twitter has confirmed that the Toyota car owner recently abducted in Lagos was also wounded. The Twitter user said that the masked men “cut” his leg with a cutlass before moving away with the driver. As of the time of writing this report, the Lagos State police spokesperson has confirmed the incident. He says that investigations have now been launched on this case and the reports will soon be published. The police spokesman says that he cannot reveal much information about the attack until investigations are complete.