Angelica Sandie: Zimbabwean Slay Queen Who Was Scammed in Kenya by Lover Finally Returns Home
- It's a new day for Zimbabwean TikTokker Angelica Sandie after jetting back home following weeks of turmoil
- Sandie travelled to Kenya on June 13 to meet a man she had met online, only for him to turn out to be a wanted drug dealer
- She was robbed and left with no money to go back home until well-wishers contributed to pay for her airfare
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Zimbabwean TikTokker Angelica Sandie can breathe a sigh of relief after landing back home from Kenya where she fell under tough times.
Sandie's story went viral on social media after details emerged that she had been scammed in Kenya by a man she thought was in love with her.
The two had supposedly been chatting for six months and decided to push their relationship a step further by meeting physically.
Sandie travelled to Kenya for love
Sandie revealed that she left Zimbabwe for Kenya on June 13 hoping to spend quality time with a man she had met online.
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Everything was going smoothly until it dawned on her that the individual was, in fact, a drug dealer.
It would dawn on her, albeit too late, that the supposed lover was actually from Sierra Leone.
Things went south when Sandie and the man identified as Alfred Bangura were hijacked by three cars while on their way to Mombasa.
Ambushed, left broke
The hijackers took everything the couple had including a suitcase full of cash estimated to be about US $250 000 (N104million).
Sandie revealed that the robbers took everything and left her with only the clothes she was wearing, luckily her passport was in one of her pockets.
The thugs shot her boyfriend in the knees and threw him by the roadside.
Stuck in a foreign country, Sandie approached the Zimbabwean Embassy in Kenya where videos of her appealing for help were made.
Back home, finally
Evidently, her pleas for help were worth it as well-wishers heeded the call and contributed to paying for her flight back to Zimbabwe.
In a video soon after arriving home, the socialite thanked all those who contributed towards making her safe return home.
"At last, I have arrived home. Thank you so much for your contributions guys. I have arrived home. Let me call my daughter, I’m sure she can’t wait to see mummy," she said.
The video ends with her hugging a young excited girl and telling her that mummy was back home.
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