Lady narrates how passengers beat conductor for refusing to refund their fare after his bus spoilt

Lady narrates how passengers beat conductor for refusing to refund their fare after his bus spoilt

In Lagos state, bus conductors are fond of waiting till the last minute to give passengers change even if they have the necessary notes with them or to even refund passengers when something happens to their vehicle.

There is a common talk among Lagosians that conductors do this at times just to trick passengers into forgetting their money with them.

It seems like Lagos residents are tired of being played by conductors who try to play tricks on them. A Nigerian lady has narrated what was done to a conductor who refused to refund passengers.

According to the lady, she boarded a bus from Mile2 to CMS, but before she could get to her destination the bus broke down at Cocker, and when passengers asked the conductor for a refund he refused to give them.

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The lady identified as Nwaneriaku, who narrated her experience on Twitter, noted that the passengers all came out and beat up the conductor until he gave them their money.

Nwaneriaku explained that the money was shared appropriately among all the passengers and everyone went their separate ways.

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She wrote: "#300 bus from mile2 to cms. Bus spoilt at cocker. we asked conductor for refund calmly, baba said he no go give anybody shishi.. omo in less than 20mins passengers gathered the baba, beat hell out of him, collected the money and shared it. Lagos people are always angry."

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