- An Adenta driver has recounted how 3 ladies from Nigeria almost took his car from him at night
- According to the gentleman, the passengers attacked him just when he was about to climb a speed ramp
- It took the timely intervention of another driver who came out of nowhere to rescue the young man
A young Ghanaian driver who withheld his name has narrated how three Nigerian ladies nearly took his car from him in the dead of the night when he had just closed for the day.
Narrating his experience on TMGHLive on YouTube, the gentleman revealed that the incident happened around the Adenta-Legon stretch at about one o'clock a.m.
He stated that the three ladies were dressed in mini-skirts and it never crossed his mind that they could have been armed robbers.
However, as they approached a speed ramp and he slowed down, the one right beside him quickly turned off the car engine, and instantly, the two behind tied his neck and pointed a knife at him.
The driver's own words
"GHc200 was in my pocket by then. The one behind me managed to pull it out. However, just when they were struggling to take my car key, another car appeared ahead of us. Upon noticing that I was not moving, his pointed his headlights right on us and all three of them escaped," he said.
From that moment, the gentleman says he never takes two passengers at a time particularly if it is in the night any longer.
In addition, he always keeps his windows down and internal lights on throughout every night trip so that in case of an attack, somebody might notice and come to the rescue.
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Another chilling narrow escape
Similarly, a lady in Ghana identified on Facebook as Fladys Tawiah, has given a profound account of how she escaped kidnapping after simply taking a taxi around six o'clock in the evening.
Narrating the story in the popular Facebook group, TroTro Diaries, Fladys mentioned that the incident took place near La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra on a Saturday when she was on her way to Teshie.
Where it all started
"At about 6 pm on that fateful Saturday evening, I had closed from work and had a lift from the office up to that point. I lived at Teshie Tsuibleoo," she said in her own words.