Motorist saves corp member from one-chance kidnappers after noticing she was in distress
A National Youth Service Corps member has been saved from one-chance kidnappers by another motorist who sensed she was in danger.
The corp member identified as Tamunobelema Dikibo entered a vehicle at the Ikoyi-Lekki link Bridge in Lagos state, not knowing it was occupied by one-chance kidnappers.
The men locked the car doors and windows and dragged her phone, thereby preventing her from escaping or calling for help.
Fortunately, there was traffic and the men tried to reverse to find an alternative route. However, as they were doing that a motorist used his car to block the one used by the criminals and then knocked on the car window.
The young lady also signalled the motorist who in turn insisted that the one-chance kidnappers open the car doors.
Cecilia Dikibo, sister to the victim shared the story on Facebook.
Read the story below, as narrated by the lady’s sister ;
”JOIN ME IN THANKSGIVING PEOPLE.
As JEHOVAHSTANDBY singlehandedly delivered my kid sister Tamunobelema from One Chance at Ikoyi-Lekki Link Bridge in Lagos.
These guys literally locked the vehicle, windows and dragged her phone.
They asked her to STOP PRAYING…
JESUS CHRIST ‼️🙆♀️
They tried to reverse because of traffic holdup but a vehicle blocked the car and knocked on the driver’s window, she kept hitting her side window, thats how the man came by her window and knocked again, she knocked back.
The man stood in front of the car and asked them to come down.
That was how they opened the door oo..
Na YOUTH SERVICE SHE GO OO..
THERE SHALL BE NO LOSS IN MY FAMILY
NO MISSING PERSON
Mingi-kiri toku fafake
Tamuno Toku faake
WHAT WOULD I GIVE TO YOU BUT MY PRAISE …
HEYY GOD OF THE FATHERLESS…”