A Twitter user has taken to her social media handle to narrate a sad story of how a young taxi driver was beaten up a Lekki-based bakery owner in Chevi View estate.
According to Uyai (@uyai_), she disclosed that she met the Taxify driver who she identified as Caleb on Monday, October 8. During the conversation, the young man painfully narrated how one of his female passengers ordered her estate security men to beat him up over N200 increased fare rate.
Uyai decided to share screenshots of her conversation with Caleb where he gave detailed explanations about how it all happened. The Taxify driver identified the lady a one Lynda Mamud, she own Crumbles bakery at Chevron drive.
He explained that after arriving at their destination the price fare on his phone was N200 higher than the estimated price but the lady felt reluctant to pay. In anger she got out of the car and said he should follow her if he truly wants to get his money but unfortunately, she ordered the estate mopols to beat him up.
That was not all, he claimed that the lady also bribed the officials to delete all forms of evidences on his phone.
Uyai’s post reads: “I met this taxify guy on Monday this week. Amazing guy with very good energy. We had great conversations. He messaged me today to tell me about how a rider ordered her estate security to beat him up. This chat made me so sad.”
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