Nigerian man destroys 7 cars at Nigerian embassy in London


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A Nigerian man living in the UK has gone to the extreme to vandalize cars inside the Nigerian embassy over the collection of his passport. Read the details!

A 32-year-old Nigerian man identified as Mr.Ewohime Akpovweta has gone to the extremes by vandalizing diplomatic cars worth thousands of pounds at the. Nigerian High Commission in UK, London.

According to what Naijauto gathered from some Nigerians living in London, who was present when the incident happened, Mr.Akpovweta had gone to the Nigerian embassy in London to pick up his passport at around 2 pm.

On getting there, he was told that the embassy stops giving out passports immediately it's 1 pm, so they aren't issuing any passports. However, Akpovweta insisted that they should give him the passport. The officials attending to him requested that he present his collection slip to that effect but he was unable to produce it.
The commission said,

"He left agitated and returned from a nearby hotel to destroy about seven cars, some belonging to the mission, and some to guests who parked nearby."

Watch the video of the vandalized cars at the embassy

The commission also pointed out that Mr.Akpovweta made several attempts to smash the car belonging to the High Commissioner but couldn't as the vehicle was bulletproof.

The Nigerian Embassy tweeted a video of the vandalized cars on their Twitter handle. The tweet was also retweeted by another twitter handle which was being verified to belong to the Chairman of the Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa.

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