A man has given details of how a driver who stole the vehicle belonging to his female boss since February 1in Lagos State has now been arrested while planning to sell the car in Enugu State.
The man, whose Twitter handle is @PeeGeeMax, disclosed on his Twitter handle on Wednesday that the driver, whose name he earlier gave as Emeka Nwokorie, took away a blue Toyota Highlander belonging to his female boss on February 1and had not been seen since then.(Caption): The Toyota Highlander SUV said to have been stolen, as posted by the man on his Twitter handle.
However, while giving an update on the development, the man, apparently a relation of the owner of the vehicle, announced that the young man was arrested on Wednesday, March 1 while planning to sell the car in Enugu State
He also used the opportunity to thank those who shared the initial tweet and those who broadcast the message as the driver was picked up a month after he went away with the vehicle.
Below are screenshots of the initial tweet reporting the incident on February 3 and the tweet announcing the arrest on Wednesday, March 1.
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