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Man narrates how SARS offciers allegedly “kidnapped” him on his birthday and extorted him of nearly 400,000 Naira

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A forex trader new to Lagos has narrated how SARS officers allegedly kidnapped him on his birthday and extorted the sum of 400,000 Naira from him.

 

Gilbert said it was his birthday so he chose to take himself out. However, on his way to Victoria Island, SARS officers allegedly stopped him and requested for his phone.

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They asked what he does for a living then bundled him into their van after he answered their questions.

 

He said he was taken to a location he’s not familiar with and was asked to withdraw 2 million Naira and pay to them. They threatened to take him to Panti if he doesn’t comply and no one would hear from him again.

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He said they eventually agreed to collect 300,000 Naira and since he couldn’t withdraw the entire amount from his bank, he withdrew 298,000 Naira and gave to them.

 

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He shared a photo of one of the alleged officers involved and also screenshots of his the transfer he made as proof.

 

He then tagged activists as he asked them to help him get justice.

 

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Man narrates how SARS offciers allegedly "kidnapped" him on his birthday and extorted him of nearly 300,000 Naira

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Man narrates how SARS offciers allegedly "kidnapped" him on his birthday and extorted him of nearly 300,000 Naira

Man narrates how SARS offciers allegedly "kidnapped" him on his birthday and extorted him of nearly 300,000 Naira

Man narrates how SARS offciers allegedly "kidnapped" him on his birthday and extorted him of nearly 300,000 Naira

Man narrates how SARS offciers allegedly "kidnapped" him on his birthday and extorted him of nearly 300,000 Naira

Man narrates how SARS offciers allegedly "kidnapped" him on his birthday and extorted him of nearly 300,000 Naira

Man narrates how SARS offciers allegedly "kidnapped" him on his birthday and extorted him of nearly 300,000 Naira

Man narrates how SARS offciers allegedly "kidnapped" him on his birthday and extorted him of nearly 300,000 Naira

Man narrates how SARS offciers allegedly "kidnapped" him on his birthday and extorted him of nearly 300,000 Naira

 

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Ladies should bill their fathers instead of their boyfriends – Man says, using Otedola as case study

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A Twitter man has taken to social media to state that women ought not to demand monetary or material gifts from their boyfriends.

According to Brian Dennis, women should rather bill their fathers instead of their boyfriends.

Brian who used billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola buttress his point, said the fact that he was able to buy Ferrari’s for his daughters, Tolani, Florence (DJ Cuppy) and Temi, is further proof that women should make such demands from their dads.Ku

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He wrote;

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“Otedola buying Ferraris for his daughters is further proof that women should bill their fathers instead of their boyfriends.”

 

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According to Wikipedia, The Ferrari Portofino (Type F164) is a grand touring sports car produced by the Italian automotive manufacturer Ferrari and has a 0–60 mph (0–97 km/h) time of 3.5 seconds

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The least cost for one is about 82 Million Naira

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“If you’re insulting your parents because of Ferrari, then they deserve it” – Seun Kuti says

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Singer and son of late King of Afro beat, Fela Kuti, Seun Kuti has come for people insulting their parents because of Ferrari.

He said parents whose children are insulting them because Femi Otedola bought his three daughters a Ferrari, deserved the insult they are getting.

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Seun made this comment following the social media buzz this week, after DJ Cuppy announced on social media, that her father took her and her two sisters on a shopping spree and bought them cars.

DJ cuppy stopped Nigeria

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Seun took to his official Instagram page to slam those who are mocking their parents because of Ferrari, says their parents deserved the insult for not raising them right.

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He wrote;

“If you are insulting your parents because of Ferrari then they deserve it, they raised you wrong , so wrong!! Insult them more jare “

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“Any man that wants PS5 is unserious with his life” – Nigerian Lady

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A Nigerian lady, identified as Falilat has taken to Twitter to advise ladies against men that wants the new PS5 claiming such men are not serious with their lives.

 

According to Falilat, ladies should be vigilant of men who wants PS5 adding that they cannot plan their lives with the home video game.

She tweeted,

“A man that wants a PS5 is unserious with his life and what plan does he have for his future with that? Ladies please be vigilant of men like this”.

However her opinion has steered a lot reactions on social media, as many has taken to the comment section to disagree with the statement.

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A Twitter user Daniel Udoaka wrote, “We just want to play game and be happy life isn’t that deep”

Another user, identified as Daniel wrote, “And a woman is free to want iphone X abi”.

Iwayeye Ayobami wrote,

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“Na turn to buy something for una man now … men no come get future again .. na wa oooFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joy Wetin PS5 go cos ehn”.

According to Wikipedia, the Play Station 5 is an upcoming home video game console developed by Sony and it is scheduled to launch on November 12, 2020 in North America, Oceania, Japan, and South Korea, and on November 19, 2020 in other parts of the world.

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Sony announced that the video game will cost $499.99, approximately (192,246.16) Naira.

However Falilat’s comment can be tagged sarcastic as she’s known for tweeting sarcastic comments on the platform.

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