A lady with the name Titilayo Daniel was said to have fall victim into the hands of what people do normally call "one-chance" vehicle. As stated in the post made by a Twitter user, @missmarvis, it was reported that some of her things was stolen alongside with her ATM card (plus ATM pin).
During her encounter with the unknown people from the vehicle, it was also reported that she was been brutalized and held captive for some minutes while one of them went to withdraw money from the hereby GT Bank ATM.
Below is the report of the Twitter user giving more details of the incident:
“Good afternoon sir @segalink, I'm Titilayo Daniel, I've been consistently following you on social media and I must commend your efforts in serving humanity.
“Sir, the reason for this tweet is to report an incident to you and hopefully get your help. On the 10th of February, 2020. I unfortunately entered a "one-chance" vehicle from Gwarimpa express going to Life camp around 9:30pm, I was brutalized while in the car, my phone, laptop and ATM cards (plus my ATM pin) were forcefully collected and while still in car, one of them went to withdraw from an ATM.
“I was later dropped off in Kubwa after about 2hrs drive round the city. I reported the incident at Gwarimpa Police station and the officer-in-charge told me to get a CCTV footage from the bank they made the withdrawals from, and that they will take it up.
“I went to the bank (Gtbank) to apply to see the CCTV footage and I was shown the face of the culprit (which by the way was a very clear picture).
“I then requested for the footage but I was told they can't release it to me cos it's against their code of conduct to give customers CCTV footages.
“I told them it was to enable an investigation and also showed them the police extract, but the man-in-charge said even if it was the Police men or any security agency that came themselves, they would only show it to them and not release it.
“I was devastated, and left the bank heartbroken. Since then, it has been a burden on me not knowing what to do. But 'l really love that the culprits are caught and my items recovered.
“Attached to this tweet is my picture (that night after the incident). l also have the doctor's report and the police extract. Thank you for your anticipated efforts and God bless.”
Good afternoon sir @segalink, I'm Titilayo Daniel, I've been consistently following you on social media and I must commend your efforts in serving humanity.
Sir, the reason for this tweet is to report an incident to you and hopefully get your help.
On the 10th of February,2020, pic.twitter.com/7HO4ZDE3wH
— Daniel Titilayo (@missmarvis) April 2, 2020