Reactions as Nigerian Man 'Disappears' with Customer's Food and Employer's Motorcycle on First Day of Work

Reactions as Nigerian Man 'Disappears' with Customer's Food and Employer's Motorcycle on First Day of Work

  • A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to expose a delivery man who absconded with a meal meant for a customer
  • According to the lady, she would later learn from her friend who employed the man that he had also made away with her motorcycle on the first day of work
  • Efforts at apprehending the runaway delivery man in Abuja where the incident happened has been unsuccessful

A manhunt has been launched for a delivery man who took off with his boss' motorcycle and a customer's food on his first day of work.

A Nigerian businesswoman with the handle @somaofada narrated on Twitter that the delivery man had picked up a customer's delivery by 9:30 am but ended up not taking the meal to the client's location.

Delivery man runs away with customer's food and boss' bike on first day of resuming work
He committed the acts on his first day of work Photo Credit: @somaofada
Source: Twitter

While she was trying to make out what was happening, a friend who employed the man called to inform her that he had 'disappeared' with her motorcycle.

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He turned the motorcycle to personal use

According to the lady, it happened to be his first day of work. The runaway delivery man also disabled the bike's tracker, making it difficult for them to ascertain its exact location.

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In a subsequent update, the businesswoman tweeted that the motorcycle has been found. She stated that he turned it to personal use after removing the delivery box.

The lady however lamented that they were unable to apprehend him. The incident happened in Abuja.

Nigerians share their thoughts on the matter

@Cynthia39957138 said:

"This happened to me too I called the guarantor and threatened to arrest him if I don’t get my byke . Anyways I stopped dispatch business for my own sanity."

@Tymdan__ wrote:

"I did this business of hire purchase of new bikes when i lived at One man village after marraraba.

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"I'm Proud to tell u that, out of all the brand new bikes i bought then at 120,000Naira each.
"Only 1 paid up to 120k from the 160k agreed. Co*ck n bull stories + theft na hin end am."

@owerrijay opined:

"Why must people don't help again in this country, first day at work; you chop person food still carry bike run."

@Desmondkobi remarked:

"Dispatch business has successfully increased my blood pressure from normal to 140 those riders are something else chai, nowadays I no Dey even waste time ones I don see madness trait I retrieve my bike and let you go."

Delivery man saves woman from dog attack

Meanwhile, previously reported how a delivery man saved a woman from a dog attack.

A 19-year-old lady, Lauren Ray, was in front of her house on Monday, December 13, when a pit bull rushed towards her and she petted it.

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Immediately her own dog came around, the unleashed pit bull started attacking. In the bid to protect her pet, the lady fought it off.

The lady stated that she was at a loss on what to do before an Amazon delivery man came to her rescue.


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