- A Twitter user, Henry Okelue, has narrated how his friend's wife was able to recover her husband's car with close observation
- According to the Twitter user, the thief never changed anything about the car after he stole it and drove to Kano state
- The car was later recovered from a third buyer from Kaduna state when he drove it back to Abuja on a short trip
A wife has helped her husband to find his car a year after it was stolen. The story was shared by a Twitter user named Henry Okelue who is a friend to the husband.
He said a few days ago his friend and the wife were driving in Abuja when the wife noticed a car familiar to the one they lost and asked her husband to follow it.
The man initially did not have an inkling of what was going on until he saw the registration number.
They had to allow the car to get to a police checkpoint before they overtook the driver and involved the police officers.
During the arrest, they got to know that the car thief had taken the car to Kano and sold it off without changing anything about the vehicle.
The person who bought the car from the dealer took it to Kaduna state, and in turn sold it to another person who had to make a quick trip to Abuja, the place the car was stolen from.
Henry said all the people involved in the purchase of the car had been arrested as the police began a hunt for the thief.
Read the full tweets below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady with the name Ola and twitter handle @iam__Ella called out a man who slid into a direct message to woo her.
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The lady did a screenshot of the long conversations they had and how everything turned awry, degenerated to name-calling.
In one of the screenshots, the man said he is Moshood from Ibadan but his friends call in Morgan. The man said that he considered her worthy after he checked through his 20,000 followers on Twitter.
After the lady told him in a part of their conversation that he lacked the basic know-how on wooing a lady and sound desperate, the man said that she is rude. From there on, their conversation became a name-calling game.
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