"I Saw My Death" - Man Shares Testimony As He Survives Accident That Destroyed His Car, People React
By Akwaman2020 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1255 views
The amount of risk people get involved with daily are more than we can count or think about, because they are more than what we known. Even the slightest things we do often times involves risk.
Earlier, a man on Twitter with the username Knowledge shared how he survived a car accident that almost ruined is life. This is somehow tragic as he looses his car worth millions of naira. However, as long as life there is sure to be hope for more wins again.
This is a Prado Toyota jeep he had wanted to sell off weeks ago, as he advertised it on his social platforms. It is so sad to see him loose it to accident, turning it to a condemned truck.
The unfortunate incident has left him with material loss of his car, but he has chosen to be thankful for his life and hope he recovered fully in time.
Here are some of the reactions made by Nigerians on his page as they show concern about his current situation:
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