- A video making the rounds on social media has captured the moment a money-laden bullion van tumbled on the road in the Sagamu area of Ogun state in Nigeria
- Onlookers watched from afar as security men surrounded the vehicle, and this has got people talking on social media
- Some jokingly said that the security men should do giveaway while others noted that the onlookers knew they would be risking their lives if they move closer
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A video has emerged on social media in which a money-laden bullion van could be seen after tumbling on the road.
According to @instablog9ja which shared the video, the vehicle tumbled due to downpour in Sagamu, Ogun state.
Captioning the video, @instablog9ja wrote:
"Heavy security as money-laden bullion van tumbles due to downpour in Sagamu, Ogun state."
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In the video that has got people on social media, onlookers could be seen watching from afar as security men surrounded the vehicle.
Social media reacts
Nigerians on Instagram soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Reacting, a user with the handle @l.tobiloba wrote:
"People on the other side are having mixed thoughts. Just move closer and risk being shot 100 times."
"Where are the area boys nah, mk them quickly go do normal."
"Make them do giveaway na."
"See cash out.... Ogun people are too gentle."
"Naso dem go Dey drive like Kolo."
Unknown gunmen attack bullion van in Ondo state
Previously, the police command in Ondo state confirmed the attack on a bullion van in Ore by unknown gunmen.
The police also confirmed the killing of the bullion van driver and a policeman during the attack.
The attack occurred on Wednesday evening, August 25, in the Costain axis of the commercial town of Ore, Odigbo local government area of the state.
An eyewitness said:
“The dare-devil armed robbers opened fire on the bullion van which was carrying an undisclosed amount of money and the police escort car."
In a video that was shared on the YouTube channel of Pinax Tv, it was explained that a footage was recorded by a shop owner's CCTV camera close to the site of the robbery at James Town on June 14, 2021.
However, it is not clear whether this particular footage was from the shop owner, as he earlier refused to give it out.