Man narrates how he was refused entry into Redemption Camp because his wife was putting on trousers
By Dr_shredspen | self meida writer
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Many at times, people let their beliefs get in the way of help coming from others who do not share similar believe with theirs.
This is confirmed by this story by a man whose name is Fola Olatunji David who took to his Twitter handle @folasanwo to narrate the encounter he had when he went to drop off Medical Supplies at Redemption camp.
That he drove from Ikoyi to the camp, a 1 hour 50 minutes drive, only to be stopped from entering due to the fact that his wife was wearing a trouser.
That even after explaining how long he drove to get there and how good what he brought for them was, he was only told to read the rules on the signboard, which he called wretched.
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