Nigerian diplomat Amb Igali dumps convoy, boards keke to escape 2-hour traffic jam in Warri

Nigerian diplomat Amb Igali dumps convoy, boards keke to escape 2-hour traffic jam in Warri

A photo of Nigerian diplomat Amb Igali boarding a keke napep in Warri shortly after dumping his convoy has gone viral.

According to report, the former Nigerian Ambassador to the Scandanavian and Foremost Niger Delta leader who was rushing to meet up with a 2019 Tompolo Birthday Lecture in Warri, Delta state, was bound by a traffic which reports claim lasted for over two hours.

Igali was reported to have told his aides that he could not keep people waiting as he was the chairman of the occasion. He then abandoned his convoy before proceeding to board a keke napep that took him faster to his destination.

The photos of the Nigerian diplomat in the napep has now gone viral with everyone being able to relate to how traffic can be delaying and how choosing as faster means of transportation is usually the best bet.

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Nigerian diplomat Amb Igali dumps convoy, boards keke to escape 2-hour traffic jam in Warri

Nigerian diplomat Amb Igali dumps convoy (Picture/UGC)
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Nigerian diplomat Amb Igali dumps convoy, boards keke to escape 2-hour traffic jam in Warri

Nigerian diplomat Amb Igali in keke (Picture/UGC)
Source: UGC

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Meanwhile, a 29-year-old woman has sadly lost her life after delivering quintuplets in Asaba, Delta state.

The woman identified as Chukwunonso Onyejekwe died due to complications after the delivery of her babies.

According to Vanguard, the woman's death was confirmed by the head of clinical services and training, Emmanuel Ezeunu, at the Federal Medical Centre in Asaba. Ezunu had revealed that the woman died 15 hours after she delivered her quintuplets.

Ezunu had also confirmed that she died due to acute respiratory failure after giving birth successfully through Cesarean Section.

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